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Correct spelling for CONCOUS
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Possible correct spellings for concous
- Conics(Definition of Conics)
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Concuss(Definition of concuss)
- Conscious(Definition of conscious)
- Coccus(Definition of coccus)
- Concur(Definition of concur)
Cocos (keeling) islands fresh water resources are limited to rainwater accumulations in natural underground reservoirs
Those who were behind, being unable to get over the throng of canoes and men before them, leapt into the sea, and diving under the canoes, swam to the ship with bunches of cocoas in their mouths, and climbed up the side like so many rats, and in such swarms that the dutch had to keep them off with cudgels.
And by this appoynted order, there was continually heard melodious soundes, and pleasaunt harmonies, sweete concords with delightfull musicke presented, odoriferous perfume smelt, and stately viandes plentifully fedde of. and euerie thing whatsoeuer, without any defect of grace or delight answerable, according to the dignitie of the place.
I very sincerely wished him joy, and, as the evening was growing rather cool, was not sorry to perceive, through an opening in the rocks, a wide-extended plain, interspersed with meadows, embosomed by woods, in which i distinguished les echelles, a village, where we were to lie, with its chimneys smoking, under the base of one of the carthusian mountains, round which had gathered a concourse of red and greyish clouds.
A new was-producing insect, a species of coccus, very abundant in china, where its annual produce is said to amount to the value of ten millions of francs, has recently attracted notice in france.
Women might be, and were, duly suppressed when, by the mouth of olympe de gouges, they claimed a "right to concur in the choice of representatives for the formation of the laws"; but in her person, too, they were liberally allowed to bear political responsibility to the republic.
Consequently meekness, in so far as it restrains the onslaught of anger, concurs with clemency towards the same effect; yet they differ from one another, inasmuch as clemency moderates external punishment, while meekness properly mitigates the passion of anger.