to what degree


: how much
To what degree is she interested in finance?

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Recent Examples on the Web Exploitation of enslaved studio workers was common in 17th century Spain — which raises an intriguing question: As an artist, to what degree might Pareja have been engaged in the workshop aspects of painting Velázquez canvases? Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times, 6 May 2023 Regardless of whether or to what degree Benjamin is corrupt, Hochul’s poor judgment cost the state and her party. Raina Lipsitz, The New Republic, 1 May 2023 But to what degree does that matter versus that question of intent? CBS News, 15 Jan. 2023 At the same time, the film asks to what degree this evil was always inside him, also a long-standing question about Michael. Brendan Morrow, The Week, 14 Oct. 2022 Since there is no universal worldview across cultures, to what degree image synthesis models filter or interpret certain ideas will likely remain a value judgment among the different communities that use the technology in the future. Benj Edwards, Ars Technica, 8 Sep. 2022 The question before the Alaska Supreme Court is whether — and to what degree — sovereign immunity also applies in state law to groups operated by multiple tribes. James Brooks, Anchorage Daily News, 24 June 2022 Miller has heard that people from outside of Oregon are impacting sales, but no one knows to what degree. United Van Lines’s migration study for 2020 found that Oregon had two households moving to the state for every one household that hired the company to leave. oregonlive, 6 Aug. 2021 One of the overwhelming questions in her case, and many similar instances, is to what degree any single blunder should define a person’s reputation. Tree Meinch, Discover Magazine, 12 Feb. 2021 See More

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