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  • At first sight the connexion may seem very slight; and slight indeed it is. Cited from Christian Mysticism, by William Ralph Inge
  • The myth suggests that a vital connexion may once have been believed to subsist between the mistletoe and the human representative of the oak who was burned in the fire. Cited from The Golden Bough, by James George Frazer
  • As my partner is a Frenchman, I conclude the wonder raised by the connexion may spread beyond my own private circle; but no wonder upon earth can ever arrive near my own in having found such a character from that nation. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 3
  • Not on these, however, would I venture to lay any great stress, but rather on the doctrines and beliefs in which a Parsi connexion may plausibly be held. Cited from Reconciliation of Races/Religions,Thomas K. Cheyne
  • Mr. Pitcairn supposes that this connexion may have arisen from her devotion to the Catholic faith and her friendship for the Earl of Bothwell. Cited from Letters On Demonology And Witchcraft, by Sir Walter Scott
  • They in truth, when urged in such cases, teach nothing: that is already done by the intermediate ideas made use of in the debate, whose connexion may be seen without the help of those maxims, and so the truth known before the maxim is produced, and the argument brought to a first principle. Cited from An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding, Volume II., by John Locke
  • But Hogg ventured to publish his recollections of his friend, instead of supplying them for the larger biography; perhaps some connexion may be traced between this fact and the indignation of Scott's literary executor! Cited from The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume II., by Various
  • How the relations between India and Great Britain will develop -- how long the connexion will last may be debated by politicians and authors; it is in careers like that of John Lawrence (and there were many such in the nineteenth century) that the noblest fruit of the connexion may be seen. Cited from Victorian Worthies, by George Henry Blore
  • This connexion may be made either by Chagres and Panama, or by the river St. Juan's, through the Lake Nicaragua, to Rialejo, on the Pacific. Cited from General Plan for a Mail Communication by Steam, by James MacQueen