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Emmeline heartily concurred. 'Still,' pursued the other, with an air of great satisfaction, 'I thought I had better go home for this afternoon.
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Gen. Wood and Col. Roosevelt were consulted, and they concurred with the above views, and the battery remained in reserve.
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But different circumstances concurred to correct the disorder, and oblige governments to be just. States, in fact, being weak at first, and having foreign enemies to fear, the chiefs found it their interest not to oppress their subjects; for, by lessening the confidence of the citizens in their government, they would diminish their means of resistance-they would facilitate foreign invasion, and by exercising arbitrary power, have endangered their very existence.
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All things concurred to encourage the attempt of the enemy on Charleston.
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He wept, indeed, but the effort that he made to conceal his tears concurred with them to do him honour.
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But the odious government of the emperors was not the only grievance under which the people laboured in those disastrous times: patrician avarice concurred with imperial rapacity to increase the sufferings of the nation.
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Pennsylvania was the only one of the United States which at first attempted to establish a single House of Assembly, and Franklin himself was so far carried away by the necessary consequences of the principle of the sovereignty of the people as to have concurred in the measure; but the Pennsylvanians were soon obliged to change the law, and to create two Houses.
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The law has abolished the rights of primogeniture, but circumstances have concurred to re-establish it under a form of which none can complain, and by which no just rights are impaired.
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Nature and circumstances concurred to make the inhabitants of the United States bold men, as is sufficiently attested by the enterprising spirit with which they seek for fortune.
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The Doctor having a large family, with a very limited income to support them, and understanding that D- had at last become a person of sober and industrious habits, he gave his consent, in which Emma's mother fully concurred.
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General Witherington eagerly concurred in the earnest wish of his father-in-law, that every remembrance of former events should be buried, by leaving the fruit of the early and unhappy intrigue suitably provided for, but in a distant and obscure situation.
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Sophia concurred with, a gasp, springing back nervously.
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Therefore ..." "Perfectly," Sophia concurred.
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Roosevelt heartily concurred, and promised to name Lane for the next vacancy.
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A large force of two hundred thousand foot and fifteen thousand horse was promised him, and all the States of Greece concurred, except Sparta, which held aloof from the congress.
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After delicate and protracted negotiations, a settlement was reached in a concordat (1801) between Pope Pius VII and the French Republic, whereby the pope, for his part, concurred in the confiscation of the property of the Church and the suppression of the monasteries, and the First Consul undertook to have the salaries of the clergy paid by the state; the latter was to nominate the bishops and the former was to invest them with their office; the priests were to be appointed by the bishops.
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But different circumstances concurred to correct the disorder, and oblige governments to be just.
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When, after their victory at Salamis, the generals of the various Greek states voted the prizes for distinguished individual merit, each assigned the first place of excellence to himself, but they all concurred in giving their second votes to Themistocles.
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He has at least measured devoutly the place, this way and that, which a religion of infallible authority must fill; has already by implication concurred in it; and in fact has his reward at this depressing hour, as the action of the poison mounts slowly to the centre of his material existence.
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G. concurred in the suggested praise.
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Examples of Concurred

Example #1
Didn't you answer the letter?
Example #2
That kind of thing will have to stop.
Example #3
It was considered that the battery was too valuable as a reserve to sacrifice any of its men uselessly.
Example #4
But it was not considered necessary or desirable to run the pieces up on the firing-line in the open, and participate in the trench-firing, which was the only fighting done on July 2d and 3d.
Example #5
In the interior, the firmness of the people repelled tyranny; men had contracted too long habits of independence; they had too few wants, and too much consciousness of their own strength.
Example #6
Time and industry having generated riches, cupidity became more active; and because equality, practicable among individuals, could not subsist among families, the natural equilibrium was broken; it became necessary to supply it by a factitious equilibrium; to set up chiefs, to establish laws; and in the primitive inexperience, it necessarily happened that these laws, occasioned by cupidity, assumed its character.