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Many researchers have attempted to evaluate the effectiveness of communication in these contexts.

The reading involves the determination of events through determination of contexts.

The latest occurrence of gravel-tempered wares is in contexts of the early and middle 18th century.

But not only is soke the commoner, it is also the wider word; we can not substitute sake for it in all contexts.

Domesday Book and BeyondFrederic William Maitland

He has quoted his enemies' mistakes without their excuses, their texts without their contexts.

Take care that your interpretation accord with the contexts.

Christmas EvansPaxton Hood

I do not mean that we are never to elucidate connexions and contexts.

To My Younger BrethrenHandley C. G. Moule

I know the glosses, and the contexts, and the whole amount of it.

Two of these have counterparts from early 17th-century contexts at Jamestown.

No gravel-tempered sherds occur in contexts that can positively be dated prior to 1675.

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