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conjunction
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  • After all, he thought, one need not be surprised to find the rare conjunctions of nature under circumstances apparently unfavorable: come where they may, they always depend on conditions that are not obvious.
  • That would be a desirable beginning for the young man, in conjunction with his employment under Garth.

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  • If Mr. Bulstrode insisted, as he was apt to do, on the Lutheran doctrine of justification, as that by which a Church must stand or fall, Dr. Minchin in return was quite sure that man was not a mere machine or a fortuitous conjunction of atoms; if Mrs. Wimple insisted on a particular providence in relation to her stomach complaint, Dr. Minchin for his part liked to keep the mental windows open and objected to fixed limits; if the Unitarian brewer jested about the Athanasian Creed, Dr.

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as in: "And" is a conjunction Define
a word (such as "and" or "but") that connects words or phrases or clauses in a sentence
as in: working in conjunction Define
when things are joined or happen together
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