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CONConfidence (as in con game)
CONContrast (TV)
CONConvict
CONControl
CONCertificate Of Need (healthcare)
CONConnection
CONContinued
CONConvention
CONConclusion
CONControlled
CONConstitution
CONConsole (Includes Keyboard & Screen)
CONContinuous
CONConductor
CONConventional
CONConcrete (survey)
CONConservation (politics)
CONConjunction
CONConservative Party
ConConfirmed
CONConsul
CONConviction
CONConsolidated
CONChronicles of Narnia (book & movie series)
CONContingency
CONConical
CONCasino on Net
CONConseco (insurance)
CONCommonwealth of Nations
CONChampions of Norrath (game)
CONConservatorium of Music
CoNCall of Nature
CONConiunx (Latin: Consort)
CONCertificate of Networthiness (USAF system certification)
CONChips on the Net
CONPeakSimple Control (file extension)
CONComputer Output Notification
CONConstraint Oriented Notation
CONCollege of Nursing (various locations)
CONCreatures of the Night
References in classic literature ?
Wallace, who is now studying the natural history of the Malay archipelago, has arrived at almost exactly the same general conclusions that I have on the origin of species.
I can here give only the general conclusions at which I have arrived, with a few facts in illustration, but which, I hope, in most cases will suffice.
But probable as this seems, it is by no means a proven conclusion.
In conclusion, the arms of others either fall from your back, or they weigh you down, or they bind you fast.
It would seem that not much consideration was needed to reach this conclusion, nor any particular care or trouble on the part of the Emperor and his marshals, nor was there any need of that special and supreme quality called genius that people are so apt to ascribe to Napoleon; yet the historians who described the event later and the men who then surrounded Napoleon, and he himself, thought otherwise.
Napoleon rode over the plain and surveyed the locality with a profound air and in silence, nodded with approval or shook his head dubiously, and without communicating to the generals around him the profound course of ideas which guided his decisions merely gave them his final conclusions in the form of commands.
On the conclusion of the honeymoon, the young couple were to return to Ireland, and were to establish themselves in Mrs.
And yet, in conclusion, I can well say that I wish my forefathers had banished John Barleycorn before my time.
And out of the data of past experience, I reached certain conclusions.
The woman seized the opportunity of gossiping about me and my affairs, and my wife's quick perception drew the right conclusion unerringly.
All the marvelous conclusions they have reached about the distances, weights, movements, and deflections of the heavenly bodies are only founded on the apparent motions of the heavenly bodies about a stationary earth, on that very motion I see before me now, which has been so for millions of men during long ages, and was and will be always alike, and can always be trusted.
Don't jump to conclusions," the other said; "we are out of the wet and provided with board and lodging.