The thing is determined, that is (laughing affectedly) as far as I can presume to determine any thing without the concurrence of my lord and master.
He agreed to it, but with so quiet a "Yes," as inclined her almost to doubt his real concurrence; and yet there must be a very distinct sort of elegance for the fashionable world, if Jane Fairfax could be thought only ordinarily gifted with it.
Mr. Knightley was fortunate in every body’s most ready concurrence.
And how suffer him to leave her without saying one word of gratitude, of concurrence, of common kindness!
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concurrent challenges of the economy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation
the pitchers’ domination of baseball and the concurrent decline in hitting