Correct spelling for CONNCT
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He's sorry for his conduct-he says you can see for yourself that he can't wrong you any more.
A hang bent over the bank of the river, a coconut-tree; siddhartha leaned against its trunk with his shoulder, embraced the trunk with one arm, and looked down into the green water, which ran and ran under him, looked down and found himself to be entirely filled with the wish to let go and to drown in these waters.
And here, speaking of the duke of york and sir charles barkeley, my lord tells me that he do very much admire the good management, and discretion, and nobleness of the duke, that whatever he may be led by him or mr. coventry singly in private, yet he did not observe that in publique matters, but he did give as ready hearing and as good acceptance to any reasons offered by any other man against the opinions of them, as he did to them, and would concur in the prosecution of it.
Ah, i cannot tell you.
If two stones were placed in any part of the world near each other, and beyond the sphere of influence of a third cognate body, these stones, like two magnetic needles, would come together in the intermediate point, each approaching the other by a space proportional to the comparative mass of the other.
In geometry we get at the properties of the conic sections by means of the properties of the straight line, and cubic surfaces are studied by means of the plane.
No. 85, 29 cong.
Two conics which have four common tangents have always one and only one common polar-triangle.
Unto, a 243, &c.; conj.
In the lobby of the hotel she turned as though to dismiss him, but vickers, who was talking of a change to be made in one of the songs, accompanied her to the parlor above, where they had practised the music in preparation for the concert.
It is my intention to join them; so you had better not concoct any more schemes in my presence; but i promise what i have heard to-night shall never be repeated outside.
And that in doing good kind things even, they were afraid lest, though the thing was right, the wish to do it might have come from conceit or presumption.
This is an example of a disputed point of concord in respect to the person of the verb.
"wal," ses he, "things can't be no wus.
Do not seek refuge in the cant about a woman's weakness.
Lastly, he sees a town named portsmouth-and here he repeats his reasoning-reasoning which is eminently logical, cogent, and apparently conclusive.