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used in Running in the Family

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correspond or agree — especially to correspond in time or place
  • As this coincided with the RoyalThomian cricket match, we would collect them and throw them into the stands full of Royal students.
    p. 74.9
  • Me and my polecat, my father said after one occasion when their drunks coincided, my father lapsing into his songsbaila or heartbreaking Rodgers and Hart or his own version of "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean"— My whiskey comes over the ocean
    My brandy comes over the sea
    But my beer comes from F.X. Pereira
     So F.X. Pereira for me.
    p. 59.9
  • If the trip coincided with his days of dipsomania the train could be delayed for hours.
    p. 149.1

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