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I highly appreciate, and cordially reciprocate those warm and concurrent expressions of confidence and affection.

The Story of My LifeEgerton Ryerson

A concurrent drift begins which is subject to later correction.

FolkwaysWilliam Graham Sumner

This circumstance alone would justify Timanthes, but other concurrent reasons may be given.

The process is one in which both the two concurrent minds are active, but each with an inherent activity peculiar to itself.

But an enlargement of the image of an object avails nothing, if there be no concurrent disclosure of detail.

To this we have the concurrent testimony of those who knew him slightly, and of those who knew him well.

James Fenimore CooperThomas R. Lounsbury

But it is under the secret assumption of the concurrent pleadings equally exaggerated on the adverse side.

Here was no internal disease, and the concurrent opinion of all was, that death had been occasioned by the wound in the back.

The Matthews resolution was "concurrent," and hence a mere expression of opinion without binding force.

Readings in Money and BankingChester Arthur Phillips

In what ultimate ambition had all concurrent and consecutive ambitions now coalesced?

UlyssesJames Joyce

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