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Context of The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages, by Mr. Du Mitand
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