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a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds)

agreement of opinions

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an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts

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The median size for biopsy samples with and without grade concordance with resection was 0.
Concordance was defined when 2 variables existed within the same quintile, and discordance when this was not the case.
This review describes the main features and basic search operations of the program, and offers suggestions, based on the comments of other reviewers, as to where and how the new concordance version can be used successfully in more advanced text searches.
On-line corpus analysis Web-based concordance generator (in German) for texts in French, Italian and Spanish
Coelho provides neither commentary nor concordances for this item, but in the commentary to the Zanetti edition, it is revealed that the piece was popular throughout Europe, appearing as "More Palatino," "En revenant de St.
Collation, concordance, and statistical tools can help the scholar establish the text and provide information for the commentary and other annotations (Robinson, in press).
This completely revised edition should make Moulton-Geden-Marshall the standard concordance for the next generation.
makes the use of concordances in the EAP classroom much easier by
They were all described earlier in my 1989 doctoral thesis "The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music: A Catalogue Raisonne" (University of California, Los Angeles), which contained extensive discussions of each of these manuscripts, tracing their origins, scribes, and provenance, as well as containing an inventory complete with incipits and concordances.
Only in the past few decades have manually prepared concordances of portions of the Old Testament by various scholars appeared.
One could only wish for concordances for the works, but these will come with the opera omnia.
Here one finds bibliography on concordances, grammars, and lexicons (without reporting the latest, vastly improved edition of the Bauer-Danker-Arndt-Gingrich lexicon
The first in a new series of concordances for the Laval Coptic Library of Nag Hammadi, this volume is timely and useful, particularly in light of the paucity of concordances and indices to the entire corpus.
Computer-generated concordances are our incunabula, mitigating the need for leisure and patience and access to fine libraries in order to do close textual study.
The appearance of a new Targumic concordance invites comparison with concordances to other Pentateuchal Targumim: H.