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  • condition I knew not at that time, and so I was in a terrible condition.
  • confutation As the charges lightly run over in a line or two require pages for exhibition and confutation, an exhaustive answer to the Reply within the just limits of an article is on this account out of the question; and the only proper course left open seems to be to make a selection of what appears to be the favorite, or the most formidable and telling assertions, and to deal with these in the serious way which the grave interests of the theme, not the manner of their presentation, may deserve.
  • connotation Due some early access failures like Spacebase DF-9, by 2014 early access has gained a negative connotation, as games do not have the quality assurances of complete titles, and in the case of Steam's Early Access, the lack of curating and testing by Steam to make sure the games are representative of the storefronts description.
  • consideration This decencie, so farfoorth as apperteineth to the consideration of our art, resteth in writing, speech and behauiour.
  • consolation "And for as much as thou alone canst bring light out of darkness and good out of evil, let the light of thy loving countenance shine upon them through the cloud; let the angel of thy presence be with them in their sorrow, to comfort and support them, giving strength to the weak, courage to the faint and consolation to the dying.
  • constipation In that event, constipation will assert itself, particularly if there is limitation of the amount of fluid taken.
  • constitution Secondly, it is an experiment which must be fatal in the end to our Constitution.
  • consultation Turner's lawyers were in troubled consultation with him.
  • contortion One was the sharp panting of the two combatants, so similar in each as to be undistinguishable; the other was the stroke of their heels and toes, as they smote the floor at every contortion of body or limbs.
  • contusion The damage consisted in direct superficial laceration and contusion, and beyond the limits of the area of actual destruction, abundant parenchymatous haemorrhages more or less broke up the structure of the brain, such haemorrhages decreasing both in size and number as macroscopically uninjured tissue was reached.
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