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This network of agreements existed until it was destroyed through the outbreak of the war.

Albert BallinBernhard Huldermann

The agreements of Matthew and Luke against Mark can further be accounted for by the hypothesis of assimilation.

She is then compelled to ratify these treaties or agreements; it looks better.

Peking DustEllen N. La Motte

Agreements written upon sheets, the edges of which were cut or indented to match each other, for security and identification.

Franklin's AutobiographyBenjamin Franklin

It must not be supposed that Mary Thorne or the doctor were in any way parties to, or privy to these agreements.

Doctor ThorneAnthony Trollope

As was effected by the agreements of 1887, a part of our obligations would have been laid upon other shoulders.

The Dutch pamphlets opposed the company on the ground of alleged infringement of treaty rights and agreements.

From this resulted a chronic demand for the fulfilment of agreements, and constant reclamations for non-fulfilment.

But the agreements, or the ulterior consequences to which those agreements lead, may be of very different degrees of importance.

Very early the United Mine Workers established a reputation for strict adherence to agreements made.

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