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dis kawr duhnt

  • a  not in agreement or harmony
    views discordant with present-day ideas
  • s  lacking in harmony

  • In the precarious hush of the truce between Japan and the Nanking Government (PTI, June 5), a small, discordant clamor was heard last week far to the north in Chahar Province.
  • That slogan, shouted in the Azeri language, might sound a little discordant, given that Mir-Hossein Moussavi is running for President not of Azerbaijan, but of Iran.
  • A "Tuscan Shrimp Salad" bears only a notional relationship to Tuscany, where I have never seen the discordant, more-Asian-than-Italian marriage of almonds, shrimp, sun-dried .
News & Articles

  • Is Apple's Passbook the Stealth E-Wallet Success?
    NEW YORK ( MainStreet )—Just when most digital wallet experts had forgotten the year-old Apple Passbook --widely dismissed as ineffectual and neutered -- a discordant voice wants to get an unexpected message across: just maybe Passbook is the stealth winner of the early rounds of the e-wallet wars, and it is doing it by sneaking in a powerful but largely uncommented upon transaction capability.
    June 12, 2013 - Philly.com
  • Border security at issue in immigration bill; Grassley wants amendment in legalization steps
    Senate debate on far-reaching immigration legislation turned to border security today, with Republicans arguing that the bill needs much stronger provisions in that area and Democrats suggesting that some in the GOP are just out to kill the legislation. This discordant note burst into view just a day after senators voted overwhelmingly to officially open debate on the landmark bill. It has been ...
    June 12, 2013 - The Fairfield Ledger
  • Even trains were quiet for downtown concert
    For those not in attendance, you missed an excellent evening of music, Thursday PM, sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Dept, performed by 'Along for the Ride.' They presented a broad spectrum of music genre, from Waylon Jennings to Three Dog Night, from Janis Joplin to Johnny Cash, and appealed to an audience that grew as the evening progressed. The only discordant note was when the ...
    June 10, 2013 - Grand Island Independent

  • Bill Clinton in KUTV
    It pained him to have to say what he thought about Vietnam, but he also understood how isolating the White House can be and how people can get to the point where they don't hear discordant voices,said Clinton. "And he thought he knew what...
  • Norman Ornstein in Kansas.com
    He had the great luxury of not only time, but of flying below the radar, so he could send discordant, contradictory messages and not have them immediately thrown back in his face,Ornstein said.
  • Campbell in Melbourne Herald Sun
    It is apparent that the prohibition against recognizing same-sex unions as entitled to the benefits of marriage is not 'dissimilar and discordant' to the objective of reserving the status of marriage and its attendant benefits exclusively to unions... Robert Benham http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Benham&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEw1qmjjWVv3XveKoM2ayl3DIJssg Dallas Voice http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.dallasvoice.com/artman/publish/article_2645.php&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHK2wms6tC9zId_GTtAkwbwPO3nCg Jul 6, 2006 28219 37187 discotheque It's really colourful, and a bit like a discotheque," Campbell said. "You have the normal desk and all that but it looks really glamorous."

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