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Consequently, men face the Deity in the manner which conforms the most to their present interests.
SUPERSTITION IN ALL AGES (1732)JEAN MESLIER
That is, an idea is said to be true when it conforms perfectly with the actual external object.
BARON D'HOLBACHMAX PEARSON CUSHING
The author of the Doloneia consistently conforms to the character of Agamemnon as drawn in the rest of the Iliad.
HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG
The May-pole properly pierces a disc and thus conforms with the lingam-yoni of India.
THE SEX WORSHIP AND SYMBOLISM OF PRIMITIVE RACESSANGER BROWN, II
It is an absurd notion, but if Bulwer conforms to it, at least he is in the same boat with many others.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
Gaige briefly described the color, which conforms to the above in all particulars.
SYSTEMATIC STATUS OF A SOUTH AMERICAN FROG, ALLOPHRYNE RUTHVENI GAIGEJOHN D. LYNCH
Select an anvil the shape of which conforms somewhat to the outline of the bowl and also to the curve of the base.
COPPER WORKAUGUSTUS F. ROSE
In this investigation he must first see if the religion conforms to the principles of divine religion above mentioned.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
By fulfilling it perfectly he is constantly pleasing to God: inasmuch as he conforms himself in all things to His holy will.
JOURNAL IN FRANCE IN 1845 AND 1848 WITH LETTERS FROM ITALY IN 1847T. W. (THOMAS WILLIAM) ALLIES
The author of Genesis conforms to popular error: he has the sun and moon made four days after the light.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND

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