"We are not convinced this threat is over or that is in any way diminished by what we have seen," the ambassador told a news conference at the embassy.
Shakespeare is in no way diminished by a consideration of how tragic irony works in the final act of King Lear.
The gripping emotional arc of the work was in no way diminished by a lyrically painful surprise at the end.
His literary activity, which had been considerable, was in no way diminished by his elevation to the episcopate.
His urge to create was in no way diminished and his preferred medium was sculpture.
It was an impression which was in no way diminished when he said: 'The palace, and swiftly.'
David whispered so as not to wake the children, his intensity in no way diminished by his whisper.
Her delicate beauty was in no way diminished by her belly, nor was her pleasure in the food and frolics.
Their need for nourishment is in no logical way diminished by the striker's action.