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If the world had come to an end in consequence of such a concatenation, I think she would hardly have been surprised.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
There was a concatenation accordingly, every link in which had helped to make Ambrose Meyrick's position hopeless.
THE SECRET GLORYARTHUR MACHEN
I have studied to develop the first causes, the better to show the concatenation of effects.
A strange concatenation of events had also placed the rest of the royal family in an uneasy position.
But we miss a necessary link; there is a break in the otherwise close concatenation of his speculations.
Finally, by a further concatenation of the groups of presentations he attains to connected knowledge.
The genteel thing is the genteel thing any time: if so be that a gentleman bees in a concatenation accordingly.
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUEROLIVER GOLDSMITH
Soul-transmigration with Buddhists is simply a concatenation of separate existences connected by the iron chain of act.
The concatenation comes, the artist puts the pieces into their places, and the result is permanent wonder.
THE LIFE OF BRET HARTEHENRY CHILDS MERWIN
Experience shows that one fault, in one distinct detail, is constantly the primary cause of a concatenation of other faults.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE

WORDS RELATED TO CONCATENATION

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