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Antonius and Hieronymus conjointly built a number of large pattern violins, which are of high finish and beautiful wood.
Chopin's inaptitude in writing for the orchestra is, however, most conspicuous where he employs it conjointly with the pianoforte.
As a citizen of the French republic, she in that case supports, conjointly with her husband, all State charges.
In 1907, however, he returned to the old homestead farm, which is owned conjointly by himself and his mother.
The present farm, held conjointly by Mr. Swegle and his wife's heirs, comprises five hundred and fourteen acres.
He decided that such marriage was legal, but suggested that the King might take another wife conjointly with the first.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
It is a fair example of the worst imitations of Mrs. Radcliffe and Mat Lewis conjointly, though without the latter's looseness.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
The Gospel of the blessed God and the law conjointly elevates and spiritualizes humanity.
GATHERING JEWELSJAMES KNOWLES AND MATILDA DARROCH KNOWLES
Concubinage conjointly with a wife, is altogether unlawful for Christians, and detestable.
Concubinage conjointly with a wife, is altogether unlawful for Christians, and detestable, n. 464.

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