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Multiple Meanings
concordance — as in:  a Bible concordance

It is a concordance of the complete works of Shakespeare.
an index of all main words in a book or body of work along with the immediate contexts where each word is found and/or an indication of where to find the context
concordance — as in:  degree of concordance

There is a strong concordance of views between the United States and countries in Western Europe.
agreement — often of opinions or of two variables

More rarely, concordance can refer to congruity of parts with one another and with the whole.
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