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Correct spelling for CONCIESE
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Possible correct spellings for conciese
Rousseau maintains that the general will always tends toward the common good, though he concedes that democratic deliberations of individuals will not always express the general will.
We can conceive of two explanations.
Images belong to the imagination, the power which sees things according to their real essence and inward life, and conceits to the fancy or phantasy, which only see things as they appear.
Both have relied almost to the letter upon the presentment which emanated partly from ibn mukaffa and partly from another translator with the only difference that the anonymous writer is oftener more concise than tabari.
The sunday which she passed on the ocean after she left new york mr. wentworth in one of his prayers implored the divine blessing on "one of our number who has left home and safety to fulfil a high moral obligation and who even now is risking death in the pursuance of her duty as she conceives it."
"i am glad you concede that such a nomination was a just ground of offence," said lemercier, rather bitterly; "for i have met englishmen who asserted that france had no right to resent any choice of a sovereign that spain might make."
But, to affirm that the stress which we call accent, coincides always and only with long quantity, does not necessarily make accent and quantity to be one and the same thing.
We could have used that had i imagined this sacred pig of a concierge-!"
He resolutely set to work to present the situation of the sheriff's presence concisely to the department in a telegram, and was still at work upon this when jennie entered the room, closed the curtains, and lit the lamp.