Thesaurus / concatenation

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Values, concatenation of, 313-14;simultaneous rise or fall of, 8.

The Value of MoneyBenjamin M. Anderson, Jr.

If the world had come to an end in consequence of such a concatenation, I think she would hardly have been surprised.

DuffelsEdward Eggleston

The absence of it is mainly due to a concatenation of inabilities on the part of the writers.

The English NovelGeorge Saintsbury

But does this concatenation of ideas, rudimentary though it be, really take place within the insect's brain?

The Mason-beesJ. Henri Fabre

The Crimean War may be regarded as a political lesson on this concatenation of circumstances.

The following letter of Mr. Bannister Dent will be read with interest, as helping the concatenation of the evidence.

According to his own statements, he was the unterrified victim of a concatenation of Ku Klux attacks.

Experience shows that one fault, in one distinct detail, is constantly the primary cause of a concatenation of other faults.

BoatingW. B. Woodgate

Still we believe ourselves a higher race of people than have ever been produced by any concatenation of events before.

Evan, knowing nothing of the concatenation, but scenting something from the card, joined sympathetically.

The Garden, You, and IMabel Osgood Wright

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