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Neglecting minor discrepancies, one may safely accept Mr Bain's reconciliation of the various accounts.KING ROBERT THE BRUCEA. F. MURISON
I was filled simultaneously with a feeling of disgust and fear, and looked for further discrepancies.THE DIARY OF PHILIP WESTERLYPAUL COMPTON
The discrepancies of the husband and wife's character, which became soon apparent, made themselves gradually more and more felt.FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
These discrepancies may be understood when the order in which the various beliefs developed is recognized.THE SEX WORSHIP AND SYMBOLISM OF PRIMITIVE RACESSANGER BROWN, II
These differences are not discrepancies at all; but there remains one which may fairly enough be so characterised.EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEWJOHN MONRO GIBSON
There were puzzling discrepancies in Mrs. Vansittart's explanation of her untimely appearance.THE PILLAR OF LIGHTLOUIS TRACY
These discrepancies were probably between Rousseau's preserved copy, and the letter sent.LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
This may well account for the geographical discrepancies referred to by Sir Edward Strachey.ON SOME ANCIENT BATTLE-FIELDS IN LANCASHIRECHARLES HARDWICK
Even around our own coasts the discrepancies are such as to utterly discredit the theory as offering any practical guide.TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
These discrepancies between the tides at different places are chiefly due to the local formations of the coasts and the sea-beds.TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL


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