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In 90% of cases consonant with is used

For Methodists this is consonant with EDEV.

These issues are not consonant with assisted suicide.

This seems consonant with the views expressed in the Quran.

This is not consonant with contemporary standards of humane treatment of animals.

An absence of artistic feeling is totally consonant with Wentworth's own sculpture.

Eastwood's whitewashing of Hoover is entirely consonant with today's apolitical times.

Vygotsky's conception of subjectivity is consonant with the idea proposed here as a conception of subjectivity.

It's never wrong to try to live a life that's internally consonant with the change we want to see in the world.

Hence the Church approves equally all forms of civil government which are consonant with the principle of justice.

In 8% of cases consonant to is used

The Judicial Decisions of Courts of Justice, consonant to one another in the Series and Successions of Time.

A government founded on principles more consonant to the wishes of the larger States, is not likely to be obtained from the smaller States.

Thus, under these researchers ' hypothesis, those earlier scales which preceded the ones we use today ought to be the most consonant to a listener.

It is as impossible then that a spiritual life should be without acts consonant to it, as that the sun should appear in the firmament without darting forth its beams.

First, He perfectly settled the Great Charter, and Charta de Foresta, not only by a Practice consonant to them in the Distribution of Law and Right, but also by that solemn Act passed 25 E.

In 1% of cases consonant of is used

It is the most consonant of the imperfect intervals.