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He had been sent to me, after having made a round of the consultants, to see if I could give him any hope as to the future.
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE
At any rate, he can tell his consultants with a good conscience that if they pray to Mary for grace they will receive it.
OUTSPOKEN ESSAYSWILLIAM RALPH INGE
Obviously this was a case for the Little Red Doctor, together with such consultants as he might care to call in.
In doubtful cases the Council considers these questions with the advice and cooperation of its staff of clinical consultants.
Enough so to make top authority tear its hair and allow only fully-cleared scientific consultants in on the thing.
THE MACHINE THAT SAVED THE WORLDWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Bending Consultants, as a title for a business, was a little misleading because of the plural ending of the last word.
DAMNED IF YOU DON'TGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
For some consultants there seems very little of interest to be read in their cup.
This may happen in consultation, when one of the consultants does not admit the right to kill an unborn child.
It is well to keep this possibility in mind, otherwise the seer may give misleading information to consultants.
The best books on nature come from and lead to the Grasshopper's Library, which is free to all consultants.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION