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COMMCommon
COMMCommunication(s)
COMMCommunity
COMMCommercial
COMMCommission
COMMCommittee
COMMCommerce
COMMCommand
COMMCommoner
COMMCommonwealth
COMMCommentary
COMMCommissioner
COMMCommander
COMMCommodity
COMMDepartment Of Commerce
COMMCommune
COMMCommunist
COMMCommemorative
COMMCommandant
COMMCommunications Module (Datum)
COMMCentral Office Maintenance Management System
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Poyser was ready to supply a running commentary on them all.
All this was accompanied by a running commentary of signs and gestures which it was impossible not to comprehend.
The narrative which follows will appear to the reader somewhat in the light of a commentary upon the propositions just advanced.
added Madame Cropole, already in promiscuous commentary with her neighbors of both sexes.
He had understood her better than he confessed; this singular scene was a practical commentary upon her father's statement that she was a frank coquette.
A sustained commentary on love is not fit for every eye.
The eagerness with which we have adopted it, partly on account of its flashiness, but principally on account of its greater rest, is a good commentary on the proposition with which we began.
But the commentary upon it now indelibly written in his handsome face made it far more distressing than it used to be.
It were indeed a sad commentary upon the sincerity of our loyalty professing lieges who turned their arms against our royal person, 'to save him from the treachery of his false advisers,' that they called upon a cutthroat outlaw with a price upon his head to aid them in their 'righteous cause'.
He had finished his professional commentary by flinging open a folding door, and ushering the party into a broad hall, which was filled with a great number of people who were waiting, like themselves, for an audience.
Miss Blanche--taking no notice of her step-mother's reproof, or of her uncle's commentary on it--pointed to a table on which croquet mallets and balls were laid ready, and recalled the attention of the company to the matter in hand.
The student is to read history actively and not passively; to esteem his own life the text, and books the commentary.