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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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a state of agreement — especially by formal treaty
  • I worked the quarries in Concord, summers, when I was a boy.
    p. 546.4
  • The Meanys made their move to New Hampshire from Boston, which was never England; they'd also lived in Concord, New Hampshire, and in Barre, Vermont—those were much more working-class places than Gravesend.
    p. 21.9
  • When I met the Missus, when she .... conceived Owen .... there wasn't no Catholic in Concord we could even talk to!
    p. 546.4

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