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The results fail to connote the phenomena of consciousness and its meaning.
It seemed to connote the opinion of the world, and to make his position more difficult than ever.
FLINTMAUD WILDER GOODWIN
But this does not connote the absence of love and respect for the master.
In your view, do the terms 'good-for-nothing' and 'aristocrat' connote the same thing?
FATHERS AND SONSIVAN SERGEEVICH TURGENEV
The sense of possession which they connote was gone from his heart.
Mother and daughter had always been more to each other than the terms commonly imply, very nearly all that they should connote.
THE SHORT CUTJACKSON GREGORY
The sudden note of blue, even in the distance it seemed to connote coquetry, was the signal for all the men to stop work.
ANGEL ISLANDINEZ HAYNES GILLMORE
But neither of these compromises seems necessary to connote the position of Professor Haeckel.
LIFE AND MATTEROLIVER LODGE
The using a name to connote attributes, turns the things, whether real or imaginary, into a class.
The only names of objects which connote nothing are proper names; and these have, strictly speaking, no signification.

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