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Repealing term limits without the public's concurrence will undermine that credibility.
But the concurrence unsettles the widespread and intuitive belief that violent crime will rise during times of economic distress.
It's a rough terrain, with a lot of work and concurrence and too often ignored by society.
But there is no concurrence over how deep or how long.
The effect of this concurrence on the contending parties can hardly as yet be estimated.
In concurrence with one of the poster's points: check.
It is often, by the impracticability of obtaining the concurrence of the necessary number of votes, kept in a state of inaction.
Instead of seeking to persuade--to change the minds of its viewers--it takes for granted their concurrence.
State statutes require the city's concurrence before any acquisition.
Text of the opinion and concurrence and dissent are here.
The faults are more than could have happened without the concurrence of many causes.
During the perusal of this really poetic material, the reader experienced all sorts of feelings of familiarity and concurrence.
But there is not the same obvious concurrence in any uniform or settled principles which relate to taste.
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