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We had a dreadful passage, the worst, the officers all concur in saying, that they have ever known.
All concur in desiring to give effect to the Constitution and the laws passed in pursuance of it.
Hence they are usually the first to approve what is right, and the last to concur in what is wrong.
Judges not infrequently differ in their reasons for a decision in which they concur.
Which of the members of his administration, or whether any one of them, concur in his sentiments, we know not.
Either of these singly may stop the courses, but if they all concur, they render the distemper worse.
The Secretary did not concur in that opinion, and declined giving the necessary order and direction.
But there is a sixth sense, not sufficiently recognized by writers attacking an evil no less than by sportsmen who concur in it.
'I BELIEVE' AND OTHER ESSAYSCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
Macaulay says, The name was first given to those who refused to concur in excluding James from the throne.
THE CHAUTAUQUAN, VOL. III, DECEMBER 1882THE CHAUTAUQUAN LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC CIRCLE
After a discussion which lasted six months, her writings received a formal condemnation, in which Fenelon refused to concur.

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