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Coincidentally, the multitudinous barons had gradually built up the Feudal System.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
Coincidentally, Marjorie, quite baresark, laid hands upon the largest stick within reach and fell upon Penrod with blind fury.
PENRODBOOTH TARKINGTON
I would save myself from slaughter and coincidentally save him from the crime of dyeing his hands with the gore of a fellow being.
FIBBLE, D. D.IRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
A taxicab, coincidentally coming from an uptown direction, swung in to the curb.
Coincidentally with this, the original means of adornment make their appearance.
For, coincidentally with the development of the shack, the builders became something more than partners.
PENROD AND SAMBOOTH TARKINGTON
Instead it added George Colmans translation of Terence, coincidentally also from 1765.
THE COMEDIES OF TERENCEPUBLIUS TERENTIUS AFER, (AKA) TERENCE
Her intelligence, he believes, awoke only in her later youth, coincidentally with some improvement in health.
HARRIET MARTINEAUFLORENCE FENWICK MILLER
Coincidentally the political power of the Sumerians came to an end.
Coincidentally the newspapers comment bitterly on the conditions existing at Sing Sing and call on public opinion to rouse itself.
LOCAL COLORIRVIN S. COBB

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