admittedly, after all, all the same, although, certainly, clearly, even so, it is true (that), in spite of, nevertheless, of course, still, true
bf) The technique is painful, admittedly, but it benefits the patient greatly.
bg) Printing and presentation should be as attractive as possible --- after all the library is an attractive place isn't it?
bh) I realise she can be very annoying, but I think you should apologise all the same.
bi) We decided to take rooms in Longwood House, although we knew we could not really afford the rent.
bj) We are not especially well-treated, certainly not as well as the locals.
bk) Clearly, the racial problems in America have no easy answers.
bl) The fines for speeding are large, but even so, they are not always a deterrent.
bm) And it is true that after his death she ceased to exist for the world beyond the farm.
bn) But in spite of the hardships, real efforts and progress are being made.
bo) A false belief may nevertheless be justified.
bp) Though employment growth is down, the area is still attracting health care, high tech, banking and sports-related industries.