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Concerning the claim or claims with which the inventor concludes his specification many questions have arisen.PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
The man she marries will be the one I approve of, and then she will live happy ever after, concludes the fond parent.THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
And he concludes with announcing that he sends several flags taken from the enemy.JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
It might be nothing more than the ordinary “grab racket” with which a feast commonly concludes; it might be something worse.THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 25 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The book concludes with some remarks on the inhabitants of the mountainous districts of Samnium and Campania.THE GEOGRAPHY OF STRABO, VOLUME III (OF 3)STRABO
The 17th book concludes the work with the description of Egypt, Ethiopia, and the north coast of Africa.THE GEOGRAPHY OF STRABO, VOLUME III (OF 3)STRABO
The rite concludes by the recipient spitting on a consecrated host and the whole assembly piercing it in turn with stilettos.DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
He concludes him to be the man of the hardest fate to lose so much honour at one blow that ever was.DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS
Each stanza concludes with the refrain, "Who is the God to whom we shall offer sacrifice?"SACRED BOOKS OF THE EASTVARIOUS
So the objector concludes, and never surely without great profit from his having been "drawn."THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES

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dissilientadjective | [dih-sil-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION