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Concerning

adverb

1) Important.

noun

1) That in which one is concerned or interested; concern; affair; interest.

2) Importance; moment; consequence.

3) Concern; participation; interposition.

4) Emotion of mind; solicitude; anxiety.

p. pr. & vb. n.

1) of Concern

prep.

1) Pertaining to; regarding; having relation to; respecting; as regards.

Example Sentences for

Concerning

1) Socrates himself, following, of course, the taste of his talentóthat of a surpassing dialecticianótook first the side of reason; and, in fact, what did he do all his life but laugh at the awkward incapacity of the noble Athenians, who were men of instinct, like all noble men, and could never give satisfactory answers Concerning the motives of their actions?
2) In the case of game shows , the introduction of new -LRB- or revised -RRB- rules , new bonus games , rules Concerning prizes -LRB- such as what can be won -RRB- , and/or new models
3) After an hour or two spent in what her mother called comfortable chat, or in other words, in every variety of inquiry Concerning all their acquaintance on Mrs Jennings’s 194 Sense and Sensibility side, and in laughter without cause on Mrs Palmer’s it was proposed by the latter that they should all accompany her to some shops where she had business that morning, to which Mrs Jennings and Elinor readily consented, as having likewise some purchases to make themselves; and Marianne, though declining it at first was induced to go likewise.
4) Concerning the picture she could give no account. ‘I know,scontinued the unhappy victim, how heavily and fatally this one circumstance weighs against me, but I have no power of explaining it; and when I have expressed my utter ignorance, I am only left to conjecture Concerning the probabilities by which it might have been placed in my pocket.
5) I tried to calm Ernest; I enquired more minutely Concerning my father, and her I named my cousin. ‘She most of all,ssaid Ernest, requires consolation; she accused herself of having caused the death of my brother, and that made her very wretched.
6) as the prophets from the beginning declared Concerning Him , and the Lord Jesus Christ Himself has taught us , and the Creed of the holy Fathers has handed down to us
7) Indeed, in former times fathers deemed it right to use their discretion Concerning the life or death of the newly born (as among the ancient Germans).
8) As they produced no visible effect on the object against whom they were discharged, however, he resorted to more tangible arguments. ‘What do you mean by this?ssaid Sikes; backing the inquiry with a very common imprecation Concerning the most beautiful of human features: which, if it were heard above, only once out of every fifty thousand times that it is uttered below, would render blindness as common a disorder as measles: what do you mean by it?
9) Justine, you may remember, was a great favourite of yours; and I recollect you once remarked that if you were in an ill humour, one glance from Justine could dissipate it, for the same reason that Ariosto gives Concerning the beauty of Angelica—she looked so frank-hearted and happy.
10) There has been much speculation Concerning what is most likely to have been the identity of the original plant
11) I shall continue my journal Concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.
12) Sherburn in Fielding's Social Outlook, (p 5) notes that Fielding's cen­ tral idea . . . Concerning the relation of the classes to each other would be the concept of all classes working together for the good of the whole. 24.
13) I found myself similar yet at the same time strangely unlike to the beings Concerning whom I read and to whose conversation I was a listener.
14) Concerning the picture she could give no account. ‘I know,scontinued the unhappy victim, how heavily and fatally this one circumstance weighs against me, but I have no power of explaining it; and when I have expressed my utter ignorance, I am only left to conjecture Concerning the probabilities by which it might have been placed in my pocket.
15) But as the ensuing week commenced, I thought of the information which M Krempe had given me Concerning the lectures.
16) A Treatise Concerning the Use and Abuse of the Marriage Bed.
17) As Mr Kirwin said this, notwithstanding the agitation I endured on this retrospect of my sufferings, I also felt con220 Frankenstein siderable surprise at the knowledge he seemed to possess Concerning me.
18) She returned to the house about eight o clock, and when one inquired where she had passed the night, she replied that she had been looking for the child and demanded earnestly if anything had been heard Concerning him.
19) The United Nations 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees guides national legislation Concerning political asylum
20) I avoided explanation and maintained a continual silence Concerning the wretch I had created.
21) The Dodger had a vicious propensity, too, of pulling the caps from the heads of small boys and tossing them down areas; while Charley Bates exhibited some very loose notions Concerning the rights of property, by pilfering divers apples and onions from the stalls at the kennel sides, and thrusting them into pockets which were so surprisingly capacious, that they seemed to undermine his whole suit of clothes in every direction.
22) The exact nature of the elenchus is subject to a great deal of debate , in particular Concerning whether it is a positive method , leading to knowledge , or a negative method used solely to refute false claims to knowledge
23) At whatever standpoint of philosophy one may place oneself nowadays, seen from every position, the ERRONEOUSNESS of the world in which we think we live is the surest and most certain thing our eyes can light upon: we 46 Beyond Good and Evil find proof after proof thereof, which would fain allure us into surmises Concerning a deceptive principle in the nature of things.sHe, however, who makes thinking itself, and consequently the spirit,sresponsible for the falseness of the worldóan honourable exit, which every conscious or unconscious advocatus dei avails himself ofóhe who regards this world, including space, time, form, and movement, as falsely DEDUCED, would have at least good reason in the end to become distrustful also of all thinking; has it not hitherto been playing upon us the worst of scurvy tricks? and what guarantee would it give that it would not continue to do what it has always been doing?
24) Will you smile at the enthusiasm I express Concerning this divine wanderer?
25) At whatever standpoint of philosophy one may place oneself nowadays, seen from every position, the ERRONEOUSNESS of the world in which we think we live is the surest and most certain thing our eyes can light upon: we 46 Beyond Good and Evil find proof after proof thereof, which would fain allure us into surmises Concerning a deceptive principle in the nature of things.sHe, however, who makes thinking itself, and consequently the spirit,sresponsible for the falseness of the worldóan honourable exit, which every conscious or unconscious advocatus dei avails himself ofóhe who regards this world, including space, time, form, and movement, as falsely DEDUCED, would have at least good reason in the end to become distrustful also of all thinking; has it not hitherto been playing upon us the worst of scurvy tricks? and what guarantee would it give that it would not continue to do what it has always been doing?
26) The Story of a Trooper ; with much Concerning the Campaign on the Peninsula , -LRB- 1861 -- 1862 , -RRB- N. York , 1865 , 12mo
27) I requested his advice Concerning the books I ought to procure. ‘I am happy,ssaid M Waldman, to have gained a disciple; and if your application equals your ability, I have no doubt of your success.
28) To double once more the philosopherís difficulties, there is also the fact that he demands from himself a verdict, a Yea or Nay, not Concerning science, but Concerning life and the worth of lifeóhe learns unwillingly to believe that it is his right and even his duty to obtain this verdict, and he has to seek his way to the right and the belief only through the most extensive (perhaps disturbing and destroying) experiences, often hesitating, doubting, and dumbfounded.
29) He asked me several questions Concerning my progress in the different branches of science appertaining to natural philosophy.
30) This aroused the stranger’s attention, and he asked a multitude of questions Concerning the route which the demon, as he called him, had pursued.