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AGREE

Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation in Europe. An international (primarily European) collaboration of researchers and policy makers seeking to improve the quality and effectiveness of clinical practice guidelines by establishing a shared framework for their development, reporting and assessment.
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The statements of the Memorabilia respecting the trial and death of Socrates agree generally with Plato; but they have lost the flavour of Socratic irony in the narrative of Xenophon.
To his astonishment, she replied: "There I cannot agree with you.
I agree," said Lebedeff, firmly, looking round involuntarily at his daughter, who had come nearer, and was listening attentively to the conversation.
I think it would be a shame to send this child away hungry, especially as she agrees to eat whatever we can spare and not touch our people.
That trader at Nogi died of fever, and I bought them from his partner, Sam Willis his name is, who agrees to deliver them--most likely by the Minerva next time she is down that way.
I daresay you mean well, sir--but I don't see how it matters to you whether the place agrees with me or not.
Let Dorothy transform the King into a goose-egg unless he agrees to go into the palace and bring out to us the ornament which is our friend Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman.
agrees essentially with the extant document, but differs in numerous minor textual points.
They agree for their ransom, and are part of them dismissed.
Might not the patient reasonably demand, before he ventured to follow this advice, that the authors of it should at least agree among themselves on some other remedy to be substituted?
Altho' I cannot agree with you in supposing that I shall never again be exposed to Misfortunes as unmerited as those I have already experienced, yet to avoid the imputation of Obstinacy or ill-nature, I will gratify the curiosity of your daughter; and may the fortitude with which I have suffered the many afflictions of my past Life, prove to her a useful lesson for the support of those which may befall her in her own.
It seems to agree wonderfully well with his mistress," said Newman.