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- adv. In a conjunct manner; jointly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In union; conjointly; unitedly; together.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a conjunct manner; in union; jointly; together.
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It infers the law of each effect from the laws of causation on which that effect depends; not, however, from the law merely of one cause, as in the geometrical method but by considering all the causes which conjunctly influence the effect, and compounding their laws with one another.
They were not infallible singly, nor can they be any more so conjunctly.
That the parliament at this time, or the king and parliament conjunctly, acted from the above latitudinarian principle, is further evident, from their establishing and consenting to the establishment of these two different and opposite forms of church government, Presbytery in
The vizier their father being dead, the sultan sent for them; and after he had caused them both to put on the usual robes of a vizier, I am as sorry, says he, for the loss of your father as yourselves; and because I know you live together, and love one another entirely, I will bestow his dignity upon you conjunctly; go and imitate your father's conduct.
That the method proposed would therefore tax the Southern States according to their numbers and their wealth conjunctly, while the Northern would be taxed on numbers only: that negroes in fact should not be considered as members of the
The middle class of society, conjunctly with the poor, constitutes the great mass, which we denominate emphatically THE PEOPLE.
If he has anything to say against us or against that gentleman, either conjunctly or severally, let him out with it in some other channel, and I promise him a touch and taste of the Crutch.
We may view a person abstractly, fixing attention on his single centre of consciousness; or we may view him conjunctly, attending to his multifarious ties.
The value of our lands and slaves, taken conjunctly, doubles in about twenty years.,
Austria was cursed, -- France was cursed: they were cursed individually, -- they were cursed conjunctly, -- once, again, and a hundred times.