The creditors sold the goods in satisfaction, pro tanto, of their claims.
C4-6 are a reduplication, not unnatural indeed, but pro tanto tautological.
In others, it only revokes the will pro tanto, as in Pennsylvania and Delaware.
A Roman Catholic priest is, pro tanto, the worst enemy of man.
To Mill it is "pro tanto a failure of the social arrangement."
Therefore, its servants are, pro tanto, evil also and rightly to be repudiated.
His non-employment of it, therefore, for Greeks is pro tanto a confirmation to the general argument of these pages.
If this presumption be in any degree baseless, the result of the inquiry is pro tanto falsified.
Nevertheless, anything confirmatory of that hypothesis would, pro tanto, invalidate the present.
Only in whatever way he fails, his personal failure is pro tanto a failure of science to progress.