Examples of furthermore in a Sentence
I'm not interested in what you are selling, and furthermore, I asked your company not to contact me ever again.
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That is because dark matter carries five times the mass of ordinary matter and, furthermore, does not directly interact with light.
And furthermore, those habits might not be helpful—and indeed can be harmful—for others.
But furthermore, according to Greek mythology, Leto escaped Hera to give birth to Apollo and Artemis on the island, making it a sacred space where mortals could neither be born or die.
The Drone Host doesn't seem to recognize Bernard as a fellow host or a threat, and furthermore, the lab door recognizes his DNA and allows him to enter.
As a group, furthermore, Minnesota will have to add more bench depth and perimeter shooting to emerge as a true contender.
Rhetorical appeals to the brain’s amazing complexity, furthermore, lead easily to a mystical acceptance of its ineffability.
And furthermore, how to make fish that is smooth and crisp outside and flaky and steaming inside?
Corker, who announced his retirement on Sept. 26, denied asking for an endorsement and, furthermore, told The New York Times that Trump had recently asked him to reconsider his decision not to run again.
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: in addition to what has been said
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