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  • "To breathe together" is a literal translation of the Latin word conspirare , which lends its name to the "company of voices" that for two decades has been selling out churches and concert halls in this city better known for indie rock and alt-country than for classical music.

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  • Etymology: Middle English conspiracie, from Latin conspirare

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  • For tickets and information, visit www. conspirare.org.

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  • For tickets and information, visit www. conspirare.org.

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  • The CD and DVD are available for purchase through Conspirare's Web site, www. conspirare.org, and through major retail record outlets.

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  • The CD and DVD are available for purchase through Conspirare's Web site, www. conspirare.org, and through major retail record outlets.

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  • Cite This Source Legal Dictionary Main Entry: con·spir·a·cy Pronunciation: k&n-'spir-&-sE Function: noun Inflected Form: plural - cies Etymology: Latin conspiratio, from conspirare to conspire - see CONSPIRE 1: an agreement between two or more people to commit an act prohibited by law or to commit a lawful act by means prohibited by law; also: the crime or tort of participating in a conspiracy - compare SUBSTANTIVE CRIME NOTE: Some states require an overt act in addition to the agreement to constitute conspiracy.

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