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Frasi con concur (in inglese)

  1. We concur in the name of love.
  2. We do not concur with your choice.
  3. Concur my ass! I wanted to shout out.
  4. I concur, Milady, Gilead replied.
  5. I concur, Restadicus, said Taliesin.

  6. But both of them concur in the results of.
  7. I cannot concur in these half-way measures.
  8. We concur with the Committee's observations.
  9. I would concur with your assessment, Captain.
  10. The boys threw their fists in the air to concur.
  11. Bugsy, do you concur with what I’ve said?
  12. I concur! Replied quickly Tom, sighing with relief.
  13. I concur with your assessment, Raphael, answered Claude.
  14. House of Representatives, but the Senate may propose or concur.
  15. Between the Pope and reps from the EU and USA concur that they.

  16. So it was Resolved, That the Senate do not concur in the said bill.
  17. In the four trades above mentioned, both those circumstances concur.
  18. I too concur with your observation, Night-Feeder, added Sharon Redthorne.
  19. To a degree I do concur with his reasoning, I would just take it further to say.
  20. I concur, Captain, said Brian in his best impression of Scotty from Star Trek.
  21. Master Gyllmyn and I concur that we’re about eighty miles from the mouth of the Narrows.
  22. The question was then taken to concur in the said amendments, and passed in the affirmative.
  23. Thesiger, turning to the pallid trembling man; I must so far concur with what has fallen from Mr.
  24. The question was then taken to concur in the said rules as amended, and determined in the affirmative.
  25. What she thought was silly about this, Jai had no idea, so he nodded complacently and feigned to concur.

  26. I concur with Air Chief Marshal Harris that the MOSQUITO would be a good type of plane to adapt to Wild Weasel missions.
  27. I concur it may not be quite a simple as young Edwin assumes, said Captain Rathbone, still pacing restlessly upon the carpet.
  28. Hamilton says, that all the officers in service concur in the opinion; and I am told that such is the real history of naval conflicts.
  29. All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.
  30. And on the question that the House do concur with the Committee of the Whole in their agreement to the third resolution, in the words following, to wit:.
  31. To render such an establishment perfectly reasonable, with the circumstance of being reducible to strict rule and method, two other circumstances ought to concur.
  32. The question was then taken to concur with the Committee of the Whole in their agreement to the said resolution, and resolved in the affirmative—yeas 68, nays 47.
  33. Nevertheless there is reason to believe that with all hermaphrodites two individuals, either occasionally or habitually, concur for the reproduction of their kind.
  34. In either of these modes of proceeding I might concur; but I cannot consent to the plan now submitted, nor acquiesce in the wisdom or policy of our existing regulations.
  35. The question was then taken to concur with the Committee of the whole House in their disagreement to the resolution recommended by the select committee, which is as follows:.
  36. Several astronomers concur that their path beyond Kassidor and Kortrax could put them near several medium sized asteroids that could be deflected into our path with minimal energy.
  37. Thus James Madison, the „Father of the Constitution: „I entirely concur in the propriety of resorting to the sense in which the Constitution was accepted and ratified by the nation.
  38. The Speaker then decided that the main question to now put, was: "Will the House concur with the Senate in the amendments made to the bill?" and not upon the proposition for postponement.
  39. Virtually all the eyewitnesses concur: Ptolemy, Alexander's bodyguard; Nearchus, his admiral; Eumenes the scribe, his secretary; Chares, his chamberlain; Aristobulus, his military engineer.
  40. Though he denies it, my view (with which many others would concur) is that Kejriwal was aware the countdown had begun for the general elections, and he wanted to offer himself as a national alternative.
  41. A message from the House of Representatives informed the Senate that the House concur in the resolution of the Senate of the 30th of November, for the appointment of Chaplains, and have appointed the Rev.
  42. I am the more disposed to do this, because my opposition arises from considerations in a great measure peculiar to myself, and because I differ with gentlemen in the correctness of whose opinions I usually concur.
  43. Yeah I’m sure, more than sure!! Okay with you guys? Joel glanced up and around at all his friends with a steely glint in his eye which silently conveyed to them that they’d better concur with him on this.
  44. What reason, it may be asked, is there for supposing in these cases that two individuals ever concur in reproduction? As it is impossible here to enter on details, I must trust to some general considerations alone.
  45. Brooke, and demand of that troublesome gentleman to revoke his proposal? Or should he consult Sir James Chettam, and get him to concur in remonstrance against a step which touched the whole family? In either case Mr.
  46. President: The House of Representatives concur in the amendment of the Senate to the bill, entitled An act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States, for a limited time.
  47. We concur that we are self-deluded and have been chasing phantoms of pleasure rather than the true mediums of happiness, whatever they may be, and what they will be and are are determined and defended by those who construct the statUS quo.
  48. The question was then taken to concur with the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union in their agreement to the said sixth resolution, as reported by the Committee on Foreign Relations; and resolved in the affirmative—yeas 97, nays 22.
  49. A message from the House of Representatives informed the Senate, that the House concur in the resolution for the appointment of a joint committee to wait upon the President of the United States, and notify him of the intended recess, and have appointed a committee on their part.
  50. The 'bed' of coal is supposed by the miners to be coextensive with the granite, and I can discover no very good reason for disagreeing with them in this particular; but, on the contrary, many circumstances concur to strengthen the opinion that it is really coextensive with the granite.
  51. I must see, not merely that it is very desirable that Great Britain should be brought to our feet, by this embargo, but that there is some likelihood of such a consequence to the measure, before I can concur in that universal distress and ruin which, if much longer continued, will inevitably result from it.
  52. The suspicions against me had no hold there: they are grounded on the knowledge that I took money, that Bulstrode had strong motives for wishing the man to die, and that he gave me the money as a bribe to concur in some malpractices or other against the patient—that in any case I accepted a bribe to hold my tongue.
  53. An enlarged philanthropy, and an enlightened forecast, concur in imposing on the national Councils an obligation to take a deep interest in their destinies, to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will, to regard the progress of events, and not to be unprepared for whatever order of things may be ultimately established.
  54. A message from the House of Representatives informed the Senate that the House concur in the resolution of the Senate for the appointment of a joint committee "to consider and report measures proper to manifest the public respect for the memory of the Vice President of the United States," deceased, and have appointed a committee on their part.
  55. Did she agree with Locke that the Babe was a Tabula Rasa, neither good nor evil, but malleable; or did she conceive the Child as imprinted with Original Sin (which must be driven out with the Rod)? Did she concur with many learned Astrologers, that all Character was form’d by the Juxtaposition of the Planets at the Moment of Conception (or e’en of Birth), or did she believe, as Mrs.
  56. We may err in this respect in regard to single points of structure, but when several characters, let them be ever so trifling, concur throughout a large group of beings having different habits, we may feel almost sure, on the theory of descent, that these characters have been inherited from a common ancestor; and we know that such aggregated characters have especial value in classification.
  57. Ears continued to weave them, a small chapter of the Newstory GIFT, through the overlapping mazes of TripEars and TrapEyes to the Hall of Vireality that they had come to virtually vandalize, though many called it consci-slaughter, but which was worse – recoding an algorithm so it couldn't achieve self-awareness or allowing The Singularity to come into being – none of the opinion harvesters were able to concur.
  58. Sir: Much observation and experience have convinced me, that the injuries and insults with which the United States have been so long and so frequently visited, and which cause their present embarrassment, have been owing to an opinion entertained by foreign States, that in any measure tending to wound their pride, or provoke their hostility, the Government of this country could never induce a great majority of its citizens to concur.
  59. At the advent of each individual into this life, may we not suppose that such a bar has risen to the surface somewhere? It is true, we are such poor navigators that our thoughts, for the most part, stand off and on upon a harborless coast, are conversant only with the bights of the bays of poesy, or steer for the public ports of entry, and go into the dry docks of science, where they merely refit for this world, and no natural currents concur to individualize them.
  60. We have an idea of success and these ideas of success come to us in the daily newspaper, on television etc, we're surrounded by suggestions of success and I think that it's an important feature of any mature life that we have to submit the idea of success that we're often handed on a plate by our society, to some kind of critical scrutiny – to decide whether it's really the vision that we can actually genuinely concur with, rather that simply something that we've sucked in from the outside.
  61. Whether the United States shall continue passive under these progressive usurpations, and their accumulating wrongs, or, opposing force to force in defence of their national rights, shall commit a just cause into the hands of the Almighty Disposer of events, avoiding all connections which might entangle it in the contest or views of other powers, and preserving a constant readiness to concur in an honorable re-establishment of peace and friendship, is a solemn question, which the constitution wisely confides to the Legislative Department of the Government.
  62. The frolic was now come round to me, and it being my turn of subscription to the will and pleasure of my particular elect, as well as to that of the company, he came to me, and saluting me very tenderly, with a flattering eagerness, put me in mind of the compliances my presence there authorized the hopes of, and at the same time repeated to me, that if all this force of example had not surmounted any repugnance I might have to concur with the humours and desires of the company, that though the play was bespoke for my benefit, and great as his own private.
  63. Suppose you transferred to the independent Legislature of the Mississippi Territory the right to dispose of this Territory, what security has Georgia for the payment of her one million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars? Moreover, I feel every disposition to treat with respect the people of the Mississippi Territory, and particularly as I perceive that they approve of that course of our Government, in which I most heartily concur; yet I must say that a large majority of the people have a landed interest distinct from that of the Government of the United States.
  64. He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.
  1. Money, the concurring voice continued.
  2. He took great pleasure in concurring with Mr.
  3. Concurring that all was as it should be, this was.
  4. Thus concurring, even precipitately, to the point she wanted him at, Mrs.
  5. Troup, the question was then stated on concurring in the first and second members of the said resolution; when Mr.
  6. The question on concurring with the committee in striking out this section was decided in the affirmative—yeas 49, nays 43.
  7. By committing and prosecuting divers worthy prelates for humbly petitioning to be excused from concurring to the said assumed.
  8. The question was then taken on concurring with the Committee of the Whole in their first amendment to the said bill, and carried in the affirmative.
  9. The question was then taken upon concurring in the second and last member of the said resolution, and determined in the negative—yeas 55, nays 61.
  10. The question was now taken on concurring with the Committee of the Whole in their agreement to the second resolution, which is in the following words:.
  11. The question then recurred on concurring with the Committee of the Whole House in their second amendment to the said bill, amended in the House to read as follows:.
  12. Coolidge shrugged his shoulders and said, There is nothing I can do gentlemen, I have to have concurring signatures before I can authorise any withdrawals from the account.
  13. Our notions of law and harmony are commonly confined to those instances which we detect; but the harmony which results from a far greater number of seemingly conflicting, but really concurring, laws, which we have not detected, is still more wonderful.
  14. Paquette took issue with some of the conclusions of the United States Coast Guard Marine Board and the Commandant in their concurring opinion that loss of buoyancy, massive flooding, and the wall of water that the vessel confronted were the only causes of the marine disaster.
  15. Consider, now, how it must be in the case of four boats all engaging one unusually strong, active, and knowing whale; when owing to these qualities in him, as well as to the thousand concurring accidents of such an audacious enterprise, eight or ten loose second irons may be simultaneously dangling about him.
  16. Others again, connecting the greatest failure of water with the concurring dearth of rain, conceived that the fact might be explained by the droughts occasioning a deficiency in the river-water, and thus cutting off the supply which they supposed had heretofore percolated from the margin of the river into the wells.
  17. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, two-thirds of both Houses concurring, That the following section be submitted to the Legislatures of the several States, which, when ratified by the Legislatures of three-fourths of the States, shall be valid and binding as a part of the Constitution of the United States:.
  18. Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled: (two-thirds of both Houses concurring,) That the following section be submitted to the Legislatures of the several States, which, when ratified by the Legislatures of three-fourths of the States, shall be valid and binding as a part of the Constitution of the United States:.
  19. I was soon laid in bed, and scarce languished an instant for the darling partner of it, before he was undressed and got between the sheets, with his arms clasped round me, giving and taking, with gust inexpressible, a kiss of welcome, that my heart rising to my lips stamped with its warmest impression, concurring to my bliss, with that delicate and voluptuous emotion which Charles alone had the secret to excite, and which constitutes the very life, the essence of pleasure.
  1. That is true, I concurred.
  2. I concurred, Yes this is true.
  3. Brown examined her and concurred.
  4. MACV J-3 Ops immediately concurred.
  5. The report was read and concurred in.
  6. The Tardanian cook concurred before leaving.
  7. The House unanimously concurred; and Messrs.
  8. Something like that, yeah, he concurred.
  9. Yes, that sounds accurate, concurred Janet.
  10. I don’t like it, either, Truman concurred.
  11. Senate amendments concurred in by the House, 560;.
  12. Officials concurred the deaths of the animals were a.
  13. The said amendments were then concurred in by the House.
  14. Hillary concurred and watched as the lovely waltz ended.
  15. Congress and concurred in by three fourths of the states.
  16. A true story and a very sad one Jack, she concurred.
  17. Her costar in the movie The Fireball, James Brown, concurred.
  18. We showed the computer the simulation results, and it concurred.
  19. Other mothers concurred heartily with her and blamed it on the war.
  20. Never heard of him, Mother, said one, and the others concurred.
  21. Fontaine diagnosed her trouble as female complaint and concurred with Dr.
  22. Hopi! That is a good name, the mahu concurred with a thoughtful smile.
  23. Army General Matthew Ridgeway concurred and so informed President Eisenhower.
  24. The committee rose and reported the bill; and the amendments were concurred in.
  25. To which cold douche referring to downfall and so on the keeper concurred but.
  26. His inner child concurred, and after a moment of deep breathing, of sucking in.
  27. Everyone knows that George the Robot Technician invented the CKF, concurred Wilx.
  28. Yes, I truly believe that it’s buried somewhere in that back yard, David concurred.
  29. The House concurred with the Committee of the Whole in their disagreement—yeas 62, nays 52.
  30. All right, Dad, Nadine concurred and hurried to jump into her mother’s shoulders again.
  31. I believe that you are correct and that very sadly a senseless war will come to pass, he finally concurred.
  32. Lieutenant Miley, representing headquarters where the commander-in-chief should have been, concurred in their view.
  33. Shamante concurred then he was startled to see a strange creature, in strange clothes, lying down on the bamboo bed.
  34. Just to be sure, I consulted with my guide that night before I went to sleep and he concurred with Theodore’s suggestions.
  35. To non-medical friends they had already concurred in praising the other young practitioner, who had come into the town on Mr.
  36. The two physicians, for a wonder, turned out to be unanimous, or rather, though of different minds, they concurred in action.
  37. The Senate concurred in the appointment of a joint committee on their part, agreeably to the resolution last mentioned; and Messrs.
  38. David concurred immediately, his brain trying to puzzle out the probable relationship between the missing person and the discovered body.
  39. In this wish Bert entirely concurred, and similar charitable sentiments were expressed by all the others as soon as they heard that Misery was gone.
  40. When interviewed, such people generally concurred they had visualized themselves free of cancer or had held a firm belief they would survive the disease.
  41. No, not in Gorath, Merlin concurred, his voice as hard as his sapphire eyes as he sat across the fireplace from Cayleb in the emperor’s sitting room.
  42. However, we need to remember that we concurred to this life plan of ours, so it is pointless for us to blame the Divine forces, for the ‘miseries’ in life.
  43. Yes, rest is the very thing you need right now, Henrietta concurred …we can deal with everything else later, once the shock of this has eased some for you.
  44. Pleasants were appointed a committee to deliver a message to the Senate, and inform them that the House of Representatives have concurred in their amendment to the bill aforesaid.
  45. The committee then rose, reported the bill to the House, as amended; the amendments were concurred in, and the bill ordered to be engrossed and read a third time to-morrow, 47 to 39.
  46. In many cases complex and long-enduring conditions, often of a peculiar nature, are necessary for the development of a structure; and the requisite conditions may seldom have concurred.
  47. Lewis reported that the committee had had the said bill under consideration, and made an amendment thereto; which he delivered in at the Clerk's table, where it was again read, and concurred in by the House.
  48. Bulstrode concurred; but after advertisement as well as other modes of inquiry had been tried, the mother believed that her daughter was not to be found, and consented to marry without reservation of property.
  49. Jefferson also concurred at a period most auspicious to fair inquiry and dispassionate judgment; it was before the tempest of party arose, to obscure the great luminary of truth and blacken the political horizon.
  50. It was the first instance in which he had concurred in opinion with the gentleman; but he hoped it would not be the last, especially when the opinion favored the rights and promoted the interest of the United States.
  51. Moreover, great areas, though now continuous, will often, owing to former oscillations of level, have existed in a broken condition, so that the good effects of isolation will generally, to a certain extent, have concurred.
  52. The House proceeded to consider the resolution from the Senate to appoint a joint committee to wait on the President, and acquaint him of the proposed recess of Congress; and the same was concurred in by the House; and Messrs.
  53. On the advice of one of my older, longer serving colleagues, I filed a request that an administrative law judge, John von Blum, recuse himself from a matter on which my entire office concurred the ACC could not get a fair shake.
  54. On May 18, however, Herod did agree to the plan of permitting the Sanhedrin authorities to seize Jesus and carry him to Jerusalem to be tried on religious charges, provided the Roman ruler of Judea concurred in such an arrangement.
  55. The Senate proceeded to consider the resolution from the House of Representatives for the appointment of a joint committee to wait on the President of the United States, and notify him of the intended recess, and concurred therein, and Messrs.
  56. The Senate proceeded to consider the resolution from the House of Representatives, for the appointment of a joint committee to wait on the President of the United States, and notify him of the intended recess, and concurred therein; and Messrs.
  57. General Shafter concurred in this; his army had not even cooking utensils; and since no intelligent attempt was apparent from Washington to ship either suitable food or shelter to the stricken army, the officers plainly saw approaching extermination.
  58. Joel, Conrad, and the others concurred, as they all covertly glanced at Kathy (who was still huddled on the couch, with her face buried in the crook of Joel’s shoulder, snuffling and heaving shuddering sighs as her tears subsided) with concerned eyes.
  59. Deputations without and voices within had concurred in inducing that philanthropist to take a stronger measure than usual for the good of mankind; namely, to withdraw in favor of another candidate, to whom he left the advantages of his canvassing machinery.
  60. Bill Bates concurred, so they borrowed a piece of blacklead pencil from the `coddy' and made out their time sheets, took off their aprons, put them into their tool bags, and went to the office for their money, which Misery passed out to them through the trap-door.
  61. In some cases compulsory habit alone has sufficed to produce inherited mental changes; in other cases compulsory habit has done nothing, and all has been the result of selection, pursued both methodically and unconsciously; but in most cases habit and selection have probably concurred.
  62. Morrow, from the Committee on the Public Lands, made a report on the several petitions of the officers and soldiers, and the heirs of officers and soldiers who served in the British army in America, in the war between Great Britain and France; which was read, and the resolution therein contained concurred in by the House.
  63. How rarely, on the other hand, do our civilised dogs, even when quite young, require to be taught not to attack poultry, sheep, and pigs! No doubt they occasionally do make an attack, and are then beaten; and if not cured, they are destroyed; so that habit and some degree of selection have probably concurred in civilising by inheritance our dogs.
  64. But I found in it, or believe I did, that which would be ruinous to the commerce of the United States, and therefore felt myself bound by the duty I owe to my constituents to remove the veil, and leave the measure open to public view; the Senate concurred with me in opinion, to wit: to strike out the injurious sections, to which opinion I shall vote to adhere.
  65. Five different events, unforeseen and unthought of, have very fortunately concurred to hinder Great Britain from feeling, so sensibly as it was generally expected she would, the total exclusion which has now taken place for more than a year (from the first of December 1774) from a very important branch of the colony trade, that of the twelve associated provinces of North America.
  66. A message from the Senate informed the House that the Senate have concurred in the resolution for the appointment of a joint committee to wait on the President of the United States, and inform him of the proposed recess of Congress; that the President of the United States did, this day, approve and sign "An act respecting the pay of the Army of the United States;" and that the Senate, having completed the legislative business before them, are ready to adjourn.
  67. And now that at the proper time and place, after so long and wide a preliminary cruise, Ahab,—all other whaling waters swept—seemed to have chased his foe into an ocean-fold, to slay him the more securely there; now, that he found himself hard by the very latitude and longitude where his tormenting wound had been inflicted; now that a vessel had been spoken which on the very day preceding had actually encountered Moby Dick;—and now that all his successive meetings with various ships contrastingly concurred to show the demoniac indifference with which the white whale tore his hunters, whether sinning or sinned against; now it was that there lurked a something in the old man's eyes, which it was hardly sufferable for feeble souls to see.
  1. Luke concurs that they go to the tomb to.
  2. My approach concurs with these latter views.
  3. I’ll find out if the DA concurs later this week, he said.
  4. When the mind concurs, the heartmind becomes pure will: an integrated lifestyle.
  5. Ah, yes, concurs the man, nodding in agreement, it has come to my attention on my.
  6. Very aware that he could die anytime, he nonetheless concurs that freshening up his habits and appearance is worthwhile for the sake of coping with existence.
  7. Brett Steenbarger, trading author and trading psychologist, who has worked with some of the world’s biggest traders, concurs: Every great trader has an outlook and set of methods that are distinctively his own.

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