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If their statements correspond, we'll have no trouble.
The statistics do not correspond with our own experience.
In 60% of the patients, all symptoms corresponded to what we expected.
This closely corresponds to the wording of the existing law.
In machine code, one instruction corresponds directly to one operation of the computer.
The timing of the gift closely corresponded with Robert's return from Italy.
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a sweet brown food eaten as a sweet or used for flavouring other food