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1560s, any way "in any manner;" variant any ways (with adverbial genitive) attested from . One-word form predominated from 1830s. As an adverbial conjunction, from 1859. Middle English in this sense had ani-gates "in any way, somehow" ().

Also instructive would be a proper deconstruction of his horrifying abuse of the English language, starting with the name “Ruin Mist” as not only the utterly nonsensical title for his series but (in all earnestness!) the name of his “world”. What conceivable world would name itself with two unrelated nouns like that? It’s beyond beyond. Ahem. You might as well call your alternate universe “Flower Glare”, or like that. 

anyhow 1740, from any + how. Unlike most other 'any- + (interrogative) compounds, no record of it in . or . Expression any old how is recorded from 1924.

Well, it’s because of an inherent difference between the processors. See, “ARM” stands for “Advanced RISC Machine”.  RISC stands for ‘Reduced Instruction Set Computing’, and, befitting an acronym that’s part of your entire brand name, it’s what makes ARM so low-power.

Congressional Republicans  and even some Democrats are up in arms. President Obama called it  "outrageous." After a lot of review, look for officials and lawmakers to propose remedies to prevent this kind of thing from happening again.


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