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No matter how you look at it.

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Vijay Benade

No matter how you look at it.

This is a subordinate clause, not a complete sentence.

'no matter how' is understood as 'however'.

So 'no matter how you look at it' has the same meaning as 'however you look at it'.

I imagine that some books or websites list 'no matter how' or 'however' as subordinating conjunctions, but others may use different terminology.

CJ

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