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Many of those who co-operated with him were men of great learning and distinguished ability.

Historical and Political EssaysWilliam Edward Hartpole Lecky

Such information and art as co-operated with the science of man's destiny and welfare were considered highest in public opinion.

The hostile feeling of Europe, much more decided and systematic, co-operated with the mistrust of France.

Memoirs To Illustrate The History Of My TimeFranois Pierre Guillaume Guizot

Great credit was also due to the land forces, for the mode in which they co-operated with the navy.

To form the capital cities of the New World, political and social influences have co-operated with industrial.

Germany and France had co-operated, and they also expected from China a mark of gratitude in some tangible form.

RussiaDonald Mackenzie Wallace

Altogether the road-bed looked as if some highly intelligent hurricane and earthquake had co-operated in its destruction.

Tom Strong, Lincoln's ScoutAlfred Bishop Mason

Mitre and Roca had co-operated in securing a peaceful transfer of the government from Celman to Pellegrini.

The cavalry, summoned by heliograph from Mahsama, co-operated, and in a moonlight charge inflicted considerable loss.

All the prisoners who knew of the matter, earnestly desired our escape, and co-operated with us in effecting it.

The Iron FurnaceJohn H. Aughey

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