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Again, I say, exact testimonies; in reference unto circumstantial relations so diversly or contrarily delivered.
It is not said that he will add no more to the former testament, but contrarily, that he will make a new covenant with them, &c.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
We should, therefore, dread His displeasure, and not act contrarily to these commandments.
Immediately, contrarily to what usually happens in countries less African, everybody went out to welcome the shower.
ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
Maybe I am contrarily constructed, but in my case everything became pure white.
I suspect Willy was rather contrarily made up; something like a mince pie, perhaps.
Contrarily, despondency, or a lethargic state of mind, causes the movement of the blood to slacken.
Contrarily, it was the ideal, the only, wine for seductions.
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
It did seem hard that things should go so very "contrarily" sometimes.
LITTLE MISS PEGGYMRS. MOLESWORTH
Then contrarily he did with the right hand what he had done with the left, and with the left what he had done with the right.

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