AGREE


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AGREEAppraisal of Guidelines Research and Evaluation
AGREEAdvisory Group on Reliability of Electronic Equipment
AGREEAssociation of Georgia Real Estate Exchangers
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Birds in their little nests agree," sang Beth, the peacemaker, with such a funny face that both sharp voices softened to a laugh, and the "pecking" ended for that time.
You are a remarkably wise young person and I quite agree with you," he answered; "the fact is," he added soberly, "I accepted the trusteeship in memory of my poor little mother, whose last happy years were spent here.
Knightley, laughing, "and I agree with you entirely, that it will be a much better thing.
They agree for their ransom, and are part of them dismissed.
Might not the patient reasonably demand, before he ventured to follow this advice, that the authors of it should at least agree among themselves on some other remedy to be substituted?
Altho' I cannot agree with you in supposing that I shall never again be exposed to Misfortunes as unmerited as those I have already experienced, yet to avoid the imputation of Obstinacy or ill-nature, I will gratify the curiosity of your daughter; and may the fortitude with which I have suffered the many afflictions of my past Life, prove to her a useful lesson for the support of those which may befall her in her own.
Both the propositions are unjust; for if we agree with what the few propose we erect a tyranny: for if it should happen that an individual should have more than the rest who are rich, according to oligarchical justice, this man alone has a right to the supreme power; but if superiority of numbers is to prevail, injustice will then be done by confiscating the property of the rich, who are few, as we have already said.
They say they don't agree to leave Bogucharovo as you ordered.
do you agree to that way of meeting the difficulty?
Your Excellency, we are unable to agree upon a Favourite Son to represent us in your Cabinet.
Really," said the Scarecrow, "they DON'T seem to agree with you, although I wonder why.
Blythe thought it was his duty to tell Leslie that there was a chance for Dick," said Anne with spirit, "and," she added, loyalty to Gilbert getting the better of her, "I agree with him.