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It was now seen that the particles of carbon dust in contact which formed the button were a congeries of minute micro-phones.
Aperitur ilico telorum occlusa congeries, et sua sibi quisque tacitus arma connectit.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
With a bewildered stare at the congeries of squalid tents and cabins that comprised the camp, he accosted Barney.
SCARLETT OF THE MOUNTEDMARGUERITE MERINGTON
America consists at present of a congeries of nations who happen to be united under a common federal government.
The gens Anglorum whose ecclesiastical history is being written is but a loose congeries of kindred folks.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
Oddly enough, they congregate round congeries of Railway Stations in the North.
It has neither centre nor individuality, but is invariably a congeries of rooms tumbled together by chance hap.
Prudence tried to come between them, and all three were nothing but a rolling, striking, shouting and weeping congeries.
EASTERN SHAME GIRLCHARLES GEORGES SOULI
In a more marked degree than other capitals it is a congeries of towns and colonies, largely alien in sympathies.
The universe, as we apprehend it, presents itself as a congeries of living souls united by some indefinable medium.
THE COMPLEX VISIONJOHN COWPER POWYS

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