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  • conciliation In the frenzy of its joy, Conciliation Hall declared that "The Liberator had driven the car of Repeal through the Monster Indictment."
  • condition And then he was, no doubt, in far better condition.
  • conservation At this time there was great need of making the people of Britain understand the need of food conservation, and so I began to go about London, making speeches on that subject wherever people could be gathered together to listen to me.
  • consideration What course he would take in the future was another matter, and one which demanded instant and serious consideration.
  • Considering It seems wonderful, too, considering how young you are.
  • consolation Do not refuse me the consolation of hope."
  • consolidation In the countries where the Empire had till recently been an ever-present power, Germany and Italy, the work of consolidation went on far less rapidly; indeed, it has been reserved for our own age to see it completed.
  • constellation Yet the vagabond himself is unobtrusive, ready to step back and be a chronicler the moment other figures enter into constellation.
  • consternation In real consternation, the Sheriff sprang to his feet.
  • constipation And constipation and stomach troubles are often brought on by these trusses.
  • constitution After dinner, the Queen's health was proposed; and the party expressed the greatest admiration for Her Majesty, and respect for the British Constitution.
  • consultation A consultation two days subsequently with another physician had a like result.
  • consummation A vessel could now anchor with ease off the settlement, but it seemed as though we should have to wait until the autumn for that happy consummation.
  • contortion She rose in a kind of terror, perceiving that this contortion was produced in burlesque of her own expression, and, as he pressed nearer her, stepped back, overturning her chair.
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