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Correct spelling for CONSERNS
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Possible correct spellings for conserns
- Consensus(Definition of consensus)
- Concern(Definition of concern)
- Consent(Definition of consent)
The consensus of opinion of the white papers in the state was that the negro had not been fairly treated, and that better treatment would be one of the most effective means of checking the migration.
Is't therefore so, because that, in our own concerns, we feel too much the influence of joy or sorrow?
But now, whatever in the life of other classes this duplicity, which conserves the wholeness of life even when formally life is narrow and partial, ought to be called, in the profession of science it often goes under the name of dualism.
The children were at school and i still held my church position and began to sing at concerts and entertainments.
"and you, count," he asked, "how does this concern you?"
At any rate i remember two of our young friends brought up here a good many years ago, and i understand that there is one path across the enclosure which a young man must not ask a young woman to take with him unless he means business, for an action will hold-for breach of promise, if she consents to accompany him, and he chooses to forget his obligations: our two young people stood at the western edge of the little pool, studying astronomy in the reflected firmament.
Like one whose cruel jest has been taken more seriously than he had intended and has been turned upon his own head, flaubert considers flight: "i cherish the following dream: of going to live in the sun in a tranquil country."
So maud got a book, and sat down over by the stove, quite distant from the bed, and read to him from the lady of the lake, while the mother, like a piece of tireless machinery, moved about the house at the never-ending succession of petty drudgeries which wear the heart and soul out of so many wives and mothers, making life to them a pilgrimage from stove to pantry, from pantry to cellar, and from cellar to garret-a life that deadens and destroys, coarsens and narrows, till the flesh and bones are warped to the expression of the wronged and cheated soul.
It is with my full consent that the general in command had the whole place burned, and about a hundred people were shot."