as well ; for that matter ; likewise ; similarly ; correspondingly ; equally ; just as importantly ; equally importantly ; as importantly ; so too ; in like manner ; in a like manner ; in like fashion ; same here ; me too ; in like vein.
Again, the following statement is appropriate: A is permitted, but consider B or C or ... N, as well or instead.
A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
'Bearings' are part of the Key system 'Dynamos', and thus may be denoted by (p), thus (p) Bearings and likewise (p) Diameter.
Thus the electronic journal (e-journal) is a concept where scientists are able to input ideas and text to a computer data base for their colleagues to view, and similarly to view the work of others.
For supercomputers the number of sales is at a much lower level, but the unit prices are correspondingly higher.
Porous Bavarian limestone was used as this absorbs grease and water equally.
And, just as importantly, computers have assumed an increasingly pervasive role in industrial automation.
Equally importantly, it strives to reflect the latest developments in the field of cooperative activities.
As importantly, I also want to look at the medium term management problems relating to the delivery of digital libraries.
Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
In like manner, new books do not generally replace old ones in libraries.
The author suggests that certain types of people are attracted to certain occupations, and that people who choose the same occupation tend to behave in a like manner within their occupational group.
Since Michigan's pioneering move, two other schools have re-baptized themselves in like fashion.
Same here. I mean, I personally think that there is some divine power somewhere.
Unfortunately, this approach results mostly in 'me too' behavior and very little that's new.
Other old crones added their ribaldries in like vein, amusing everyone but the young couple.