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a state of agreement — especially by formal treaty
  • 'Then call Concord and tell them we've got buses coming in,' Patrick ordered.
    Part 1 (13% in)
  • I don't want to get sent down to the prison in Concord" 'You could have been charged with attempted murder, you know.
    Part 1 (7% in)
  • Judicial commission interviews were conducted at the old governor's mansion, Bridges House, in East Concord.
    Part 1 (22% in)
  • Then again, since her position was a rotating one that would take her through Laconia, Concord, Keene, Nashua, Rochester, Milford, Jaffrey, Peterborough, Grafton, and Coos, depending on what day of the week it was, she'd have to find a lot of coffee mugs.
    Part 1 (25% in)
  • At noon, the governor of New Hampshire held a press conference on the steps of the Capitol building in Concord.
    Part 1 (33% in)
  • She had been gang-raped by three high school boys who were now awaiting trial at a juvy facility in Concord.
    Part 1 (44% in)
  • She had gone with a friend to a march at the statehouse in Concord and stood on the steps with a sisterhood of women who held up signs: I'M PRO-CHOICE AND I VOTE'AGAINST ABORTION?
    Part 1 (94% in)
  • The state prison was sixty miles south, in Concord.
    Part 2 (10% in)
  • He'd be brought back to the jail only until the sentencing hearing; then he would be transferred to the state prison in Concord.
    Part 2 (94% in)
  • 'I'll come see you, if I get down to Concord,' Jordan said.
    Part 2 (94% in)

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