consonancy


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they do not make a law properly so called (for that only the King and Parliament can do); yet they have great weight and authority in expounding, declaring, and publishing what the law of this Kingdom is, especially when such decisions hold a consonancy and congruity with resolutions and decisions of former times; and tho' such decisions are less than a law, yet they are a greater evidence thereof than the opinion of any private persons, as such, whatsoever.
M--but then there is no consonancy in the sequel that suffers under probation: A should follow, but O does.
Another more plausible identity behind the cryptogram was proposed by Percy Allen in 1937: "Malvolio, attempting to link the letters 'Mo-ai' with his own name, perceives that 'there is no consonancy in the sequel .