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correspondence

(Communication by letters), noun communication, dispatches, epistulae, exchange of letters, letter writing, letters, litterae, mail, missives, writings

correspondence

(Similarity), noun accord, analogy, comparability, conformity, congruence, congruentia, congruity, correlation, equivalence, harmony, likeness, parity, resemblance, sameness, semblance, symmetry, uniformity
See also: agreement, analogy, balance, coherence, communication, concordance, conformity, connection, consensus, consortium, corollary, discourse, dispatch, message, mutuality, parity, propinquity, propriety, reciprocity, relation, relevance, resemblance

CORRESPONDENCE. The letters written by one to another, and the answers thereto, make what is called the correspondence of the parties.
     2. In general, the correspondence of the parties contains the best evidence of the facts to which it relates. See Letter, contracts; Proposal.
     3. When an offer to contract is made by letter, it must be accepted unconditionally for if the precise terms are changed, even in the slightest degree, there is no contract. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 904. See, as to the power of revoking an offer made by letter, 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 933.

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A Friendship That Lasted a Lifi The Correspondence between Alfred Schatz and Eric Voegelin, translated by William Petropulos, edited by Gerhard Wagner and Gilbert Weiss (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2011)
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