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Correct spelling for CONCDIOTN
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Possible correct spellings for concdiotn
- Concordant(Definition of concordant)
- Concordat(Definition of concordat)
- Conducting(Definition of conducting)
- Concluding(Definition of concluding)
- Connecting(Definition of connecting)
 that love which makes sun and stars revolve was giving a concordant revolution to my desire and my will.
I affirm then, and i think with good reason, that the affair was conducted in a most honorable manner, and that the concordat was signed freely and without compulsion by his holiness, in presence of the cardinals assembled at fontainebleau.
He alighted, and took denise's bag, rightly concluding that mademoiselle brun would prefer to carry her own.
The angevins will tell you that this was a well-known refreshment in the middle ages, and was first made by one of those monkish orders who were so successful in concocting the subtle liquors of the commerce of to-day.
It is a most remarkable fact, that within the last fifteen years almost all of these concordats have been brought abruptly to a violent end: those with naples, tuscany, and the italian duchies in 1858; that with austria, including venice, in 1866; with spain in 1868; with france in 1870; and with bavaria in 1873. there may be others remaining in force, but i know of none.