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  • Uriah, with his long hands slowly twining over one another, made a ghastly writhe from the waist upwards, to express his concurrence in this estimation of me.
  • If it could not be done with Mr. Mills’s sanction and concurrence, I besought a clandestine interview in the back kitchen where the Mangle was.
  • It appeared to me that Miss Spenlow received too many letters from her friend Miss Mills; but Miss Mills being her friend with her father’s full concurrence,’ another telling blow at Mr. Spenlow, ’it was not for me to interfere.
  • ’Be it so, Clarissa!’ assented Miss Lavinia resignedly — ’to me — and receiving our concurrence.
  • Observing that he slightly faltered, and comprehending that in the goodness of his heart he was fearful of giving me some pain by what he had said, I expressed my concurrence with a heartiness that evidently relieved and pleased him greatly.

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  • concurrent challenges of the economy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation
  • the pitchers’ domination of baseball and the concurrent decline in hitting

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