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1. Considering A, B (unexpected)
A can also refer to a (normal) expectation with B showing unexpected results compared to that.
Actually, your clothes are flashy for someone with no money.
1. For A; even though A; considering A
The statement which follows this is a change/unexpected considering what is normal for A
  にしては とても         
Passing the time (e.g. in this weather, etc.) is really easy, considering it's August.
1. As A; From the standpoint of A
   調 として       
This picture was drawn with blue as the base color.
1. As for A
       けど  にとって      
My little brother likes dogs, but (as for me,) I don't.
1. From A's perspective; if I was A; from the standpoint of A
この           したら 使       
These machines meant for adults are difficult to use for children.
1. It's not surprising that A; A is no surprise; A is no wonder
The second clause in the sentence is obvious/natural given the situation A. This second clause can follow or precede the this expression.
この     だけ  こと  あって  よく    だよね  
It's no surprise that this medicine is expensive as it works really well, right?
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