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I let her talk—she was summing it all up in more concise fashion than I could have done.
RAVENSDENE COURTJ. S. (JOSEPH SMITH) FLETCHER
It would be difficult to give a more concise and more faithful history of Napoleons whole career.
Or, to be more concise, when the starboard side is the weather side the boat is on the starboard tack.
ON YACHT SAILINGTHOMAS FLEMING DAY
Gladwyns answer was more concise than courteous, and imported that he would have none of his rabble in the fort.
Bentley's more concise description of Warburton's attainments deserves to be recorded.
THE AGE OF POPEJOHN DENNIS
With amiable condescension the coroner put the query to the witness in more concise words.
THE HEART OF A WOMANEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
I have discussed this question in my Memoir (pp. 258-269), and have stated it in a more concise form in Science Progress, vol.
EVOLUTION IN ARTALFRED C. HADDON
You must be more concise, said Miss Barrington quietly, and Dane trifled with the hat in his hand.
THE IMPOSTORHAROLD BINDLOSS
The more an idea is developed, the more concise becomes its expression: the more a tree is pruned, the better is the fruit.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
The simple light-sensations form a more concise manifoldness, but one that stretches into different directions.

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