in consonance

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Everything was in consonance with my mood; everything seemed fair and spring-like.
Happy are they who can act in consonance with their own delicate sentiments, and rest satisfied with the knowledge that their motives are understood by those whom it is their greatest desire to please
This self-effacement in both directions had been quite in consonance with her independent character of desiring nothing by way of favour or pity to which she was not entitled on a fair consideration of her deserts.
Beauty would be his life; his aspirations would all tend toward it; and, allowing his frame and physical organs to be in consonance, his own developments would likewise be beautiful.
To the travellers there seemed to be no wind; but these pines waved majestically at their topmost boughs, sending forth a dull, plaintive sound that was quite in consonance with the rest of the melancholy scene.
We have to make the whole mechanism of payment to the Pesh Imam of mosques throughout the province in consonance with the law, he added.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 22 (ANI):The Central Board of Direct Taxes on Wednesday notified that the government has constituted a task force to review the Income-tax Act, 1961, and will draft a new Direct Tax Law in consonance with economic needs of the country.
The expedition titled Navika Sagar Parikrama, is in consonance with the National policy to empower women to attain their full potential.
The agreement allows member-countries to cut back on greenhouse emissions and adopt climate change mitigation measures in consonance with their development goals and needs.
It may be recalled that in order to make the process of accountability and transparency more vibrant and in consonance with the fast changing system of governance, the AGP has reconstituted the policy board and included representatives of all stake holders included professional accounting bodies and civil society organizations.
Uzoma Dozie as the new group managing director/chief executive officer of Diamond Bank Plc in consonance with the Bank's succession strategy and in recognition of Mr.
Koch was of the view that the foreigners particularly the Europeans who do not know much about Pakistan have different perceptions that are not wholly in consonance with reality.