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“For the dates, I usually check the author's sites (my favorite 20 are all bookmarked on my computer) and counter-check with Amazon.”
“This has led the atheist community to produce their own counter-check move, calculated to try to change that perception and throw a more positive light on who atheists are as people.”
“We have learnt from this experience that reporters have to check and counter-check their stories," Rusike said.”
“We have seen how, as a counter-check to philosophy and Buddhism, the Code of Manu reasserted the authority of the Vedas, and riveted anew the chains of caste, and how it compensated for its oppressiveness by many wholesome and benign regulations -- accomplishing more, perhaps, than all other literatures combined to maintain the stability of Hinduism, through its many vicissitudes, and in spite of the heterogeneous elements which it received and incorporated.”
“Between us and them it is a never-ending series of move and countermove, check and counter-check.”
“Rome to counter-check the English bishops who were appealing against the legate; in this he failed, for the legate was recalled, and”
“This as counter-check to his tendency to flee, leaving me in sole charge.”
“The "counter-check quarrelsome" would have been welcome enough.”
“He bent forward, and went through the usual form of "For what we have received," though all the time he was thinking of the "counter-check quarrelsome" he had received from his next-door neighbor.”
“The traveler confides to this man his wishes, and, if he be going farther without delay, surrenders his check and receives a counter-check in return.”
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