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Correct spelling for CONCIDERE
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Possible correct spellings for concidere
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
- Considerate(Definition of considerate)
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Considered(Definition of considered)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
But he decided against this; to make the advances and the concession both would be to concede too much.
You reason well, he conceded.
He thus knew all the discourse which passed betwixt them and the strangers; and lying in wait for them by night, he took the crotonian with his letters, the ambassadors of the allobroges acting secretly in concert with him.
You'd ought to been more considerate."
It was perhaps not entirely chance that the collapse of the printing scheme, which took place in 1827, the ninth year of the wanderings in the wilderness, coincided with or immediately preceded the conception of the book which was to give balzac passage into the promised land.
This is a consequence of the fact that the mean distance of these stars is equal to one siriometer, at which distance m and m, indeed, do coincide.
The fact that there is in every state a sovereign power which can make and unmake the law at its pleasure makes possible the creation of a uniform law for all the subjects of a state, and so far as the state coincides with the nation, makes for the creation of a national unity in law.
My uncle considered again.
"but we must consider what is to be done now.
When one considers the density of the human atmosphere, the darkness in which the millions live, is not ibsen to them a ship passing in the night indeed, a mysterious light afar off, voyaging they know not where?
It is the demand of the majority, and the minority concedes it. all know it is to be a duel to the death.