Correct spelling for CONCORS
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Possible correct spellings for concors
Like measured thunders, now rejoined in concords of mysterious kind which fused together sense and mind,
The lads crept back to the grove, refreshed themselves with the contents of two or three cocoas apiece, and then, lying down under the canoe, which they had taken the precaution of turning bottom upwards, enjoyed a peaceful sleep till morning.
The house of lords, at the passing of the reform act of 1832, was as unwilling to concur with the house of commons as the upper chamber at victoria to concur with the lower chamber.
I know, my lords, that ministers generally consider, as the test of each man's loyalty, the readiness with which he concurs with them in their schemes for raising money; and that they think all opposition to these schemes, which are calculated for the support of the government, the effect of a criminal disaffection; that they always think it a sufficient vindication of any law, that it will bring in very large sums; and that they think no measures pernicious, nor laws dangerous, by which the revenue is not impaired.
253. attitude of apology of the book of concord.
Some of these we exhibited in the evening of the 28th, before a great concourse of people, who beheld them with a mixture of pleasure and fear.
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