from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of concordat. Swift.
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The century has led us around from those exigencies and circumstances to a condition of prosperity, in which the only thought need be of the supreme concordate in the
So the sunlight took its way from the Concordate which the exigencies and circumstances of that far-off time demanded, to the symbols of that perpetual concordate which exists in the one body of Christ -- between the Head and the members, between the living members of that Body, between the living members and the members of that Body in Paradise.
Histoire des deux concordate (Paris, 1869); ARTAUD, Histoire du Pape
Thus, then, Chaucer had passed away; -- whether in good or in evil odour with the powerful interest with which John of Gaunt's son had entered into his unwritten concordate, after all matters but little now.
It is eafy to perceive, that, by this concordate, the re - The W»-r* formed, or as they were then called, gofpellers, carried burets Jt - their main points.