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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of concur.

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Examples

  • The division chaplain concurred, asserting that the policy was flawed from both a practical and a moral standpoint.

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  • Everything, in short, concurred to display the riches of the great monarch of Persia, whose immense power was further displayed by an army of two hundred thousand men which constituted his life guard.

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  • Of course there is still a market to be concurred, which is good news for the Russian ISPs and information providers such as my good friend Anya.

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  • "Too much is written by the men who can't write about the men who do write," Martin concurred.

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  • Pelosi later says that she learns after this meeting that the techniques have already been used, and that she 'concurred' with Harman's letter to the CIA protesting the decision to use them.

    Pelosi and CIA Clash Over Contents of Key Briefing

  • We quoted this paragaph to our editor and he agreed that we could say that Huybers "concurred" with the finding of bias in the MBH PC methodology.

    Reply to Huybers #1 « Climate Audit

  • Especially for "concurred" space ... ie. currently, low earth orbit.

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  • Justice Hugo Black, writing for the Court, concurred: Twenty-two states, as friends of the court, argue that Betts was ‘an anachronism when handed down’ and that it should now be overruled.

    The Good Fight

  • A judge in Chicago concurred, writing that “these theatres cause, indirectly or directly, more juvenile crime coming into my court than all other causes combined.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • The East German prime minister, Otto Grotewohl, concurred with this assessment, alleging that “the Western provocateurs with the colorful plaid striped socks, with cowboy pants jeans, and Texas shirts wanted to cause a large-scale political provocation.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

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  • “Salsa with cottage cheese IS a good combination,” Tom concurred.

    September 18, 2011