not agree

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That is all very true," said the Adversary, "but you taught by example that a verb should not agree with its subject in person and number, whereas the Good Book says that contention is worse than a dinner of herbs.
What education is, and how children ought to be instructed, is what should be well known; for there are doubts concerning the business of it, as all people do not agree in those things they would have a child taught, both with respect to their improvement in virtue and a happy life: nor is it clear whether the object of it should be to improve the reason or rectify the morals.
City life does not agree with me at all," remarked the Lion, as they walked along at a brisk pace.
Levin often put his views before her in all their complexity, and not uncommonly he argued with her and did not agree with her comments.
They did not know how to judge and could not agree what to consider evil and what good; they did not know whom to blame, whom to justify.
On the one hand, the chief steward put the state of things to him in the very worst light, pointing out the necessity of paying off the debts and undertaking new activities with serf labor, to which Pierre did not agree.
As they could not agree, they ordered all their treasures to be brought before them that they might be compared.
Nevertheless, Captain, you possess an extreme rapidity of movement, which does not agree well with the power of electricity.
I do not agree with you about his works, and never shall.
In this, we have said, he did not agree with his wife; nor, indeed, in anything else: for though an affection placed on the understanding is, by many wise persons, thought more durable than that which is founded on beauty, yet it happened otherwise in the present case.
Her husband, however, would not agree with her here; for besides having a regard for his cousin, Charles Hayter was an eldest son, and he saw things as an eldest son himself.
I agree with Frederic Larsan as to the death of the keeper; but I do not agree with him as to the way the murderer escaped