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  • n  the quality of agreeing; being suitable and appropriate

  • But it added that the recent extension of the preclearance requirement passed the more demanding congruence and proportionality test, too.
  • Sincerity - what Trilling calls "congruence between avowal and actual feeling"- once seemed (to the Romantic poets, x say) like an exalted state of existence that could be .
  • So a teacher might say: 'I have a problem teaching congruence to 14-year-olds.

  • Ryan Crocker in Washington Post
    Crocker said, "There was pretty good congruence right down the line -- support for a secure, stable, democratic, federal Iraq, in control of its own security, at peace with its neighbors."
  • Manuel Zelaya in Xinhua
    We recognise that cooperation and competition can overlap, as it is not possible to have a perfect congruence of interests between two nations as vast and diverse as India and China. Such competition or lack of cooperation must not be misunderstood... SM Krishna Indian Express Jan 7, 2010 21155 28892 congruent We have been congruent with the position all the international community has manifested, and we expect the restoration of the Constitutional order in Honduras," Zelaya said.

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