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1. Rather than A
This is usually followed by a statement that is considered better or more accurate than A.
             よくない    より          せい   
My little brother failed the exam yesterday. Rather than saying that he is not smart, it is because he did not study at all.
1. When A is thought about, B soon comes to mind
Often used for citing an example B when discussing A.
              といったら    です   
When I think about the most famous sightseeing place in Japan, Kyoto comes to mind.
1. Although A is the case, B
B adds a restriction to A, suggesting that A is not to the extent that the listener would think.
Although I traveled, it was no farther than to the neighboring towns.
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