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A Tale of Two Cities
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concord -- as in: a concord with
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • Gentleman’s valise and hot water to Concord.
  • Pull off gentleman’s boots in Concord.
  • Show Concord!
  • Stir about there, now, for Concord!
  • The Concord bed-chamber being always assigned to a passenger by the mail, and passengers by the mail being always heavily wrapped up from head to foot, the room had the odd interest for the establishment of the Royal George, that although but one kind of man was seen to go into it, all kinds and varieties of men came out of it.
  • Consequently, another drawer, and two porters, and several maids and the landlady, were all loitering by accident at various points of the road between the Concord and the coffee-room, when a gentleman of sixty, formally dressed in a brown suit of clothes, pretty well worn, but very well kept, with large square cuffs and large flaps to the pockets, passed along on his way to his breakfast.
  • ) Fetch barber to Concord.

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  • Both leaders expressed a desire for peace and concord in the region.
  • Why should a grandson and grandfather peg away at each other with mutual violence when all might be bliss and concord.
    Charles Dickens  --  The Old Curiosity Shop

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