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It is these unique coincidences and recurrences that make it so easy to find relations between these sovereigns.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
You see, sir, we must be on the right track; coincidences cannot extend through half a dozen names.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
In fact, detective work, for all that is said on the other side, is mostly the ability to recognize and connect coincidences.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
This is one of the coincidences with Laromiguière (Leçons , i. 103).
THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME II (OF 3)LESLIE STEPHEN
The question, however, is of small account in the face of the probability called forth by the coincidences that remain.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
Of all the apparent coincidences I have noticed between Shakspere's previous plays and the essays, none has any evidential value.
MONTAIGNE AND SHAKSPEREJOHN M. ROBERTSON
To infer the date from a comparison of literary coincidences and allusions is however a very delicate operation.
An extraordinary set of coincidences which "points unmistakably to a common origin and cause of variability."
A TEXT-BOOK OF ASTRONOMYGEORGE C. COMSTOCK
The coincidences of cleavage point merely to a readily intelligible historical association.
The latter invents allegories and lets his fancy run wild in weaving new coincidences, which Scripture does not even suggest.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWSTHOMAS CHARLES EDWARDS