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concur on (someone or something)

To agree on a particular person or idea. Have you two concurred on a recipient for the scholarship? We definitely concur on the fact that this town is the ideal place to raise our family.
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concur on (someone or something) with (one)

To agree with one about a particular issue, idea, or person. Have you concurred on this with John yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I have concurred on the recipient of the scholarship with the rest of the committee.
See also: concur, on

concur with (one)

To agree with one (about a particular issue, idea, or person). Have you concurred with John yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I concur with you that this town is the ideal place to raise our family.
See also: concur

concur with (one) on (someone or something)

To agree with one about a particular issue, idea, or person. Have you concurred with John on this yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I have concurred with the rest of the committee on the recipient of the scholarship.
See also: concur, on
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concur on someone or something (with someone)

 and concur (on someone or something) with someone
to agree with someone about someone or something. I certainly do concur on this matter with all of you. I concur with you on Tom. We concurred with the committee on you as our choice for the job. We concurred on the plans with the council.
See also: concur, on
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Others bills concurred to by the Senate include the Federal Capital Territory Area Councils Service Commission ( Est etc) Bill 2019 and Nigeria Natural Medicine Development Agency ( Est., etc) Bill 2019 .
Justice Frankfurter concurred in Justice Reed's lead opinion, but only insofar as it addressed the effects of a denial of certiorari on a future federal district court's consideration of an applicant's petition for a writ of habeas corpus.
(16.) Powell concurred 91 times and dissented 74 times, giving him a ratio of 1.230.
Introne concurred: "Policy makers are just beginning to understand that long-term care is not just a question of nursing homes."
Justice Souter's opinion, which was formally concurred in only by Justice Stevens, described the issue before the Court as one of "choice of law." He said there were three ways to resolve the matter.
The dissenting opinion was written by Justice Stevens and concurred in by Justices Brennan, Marshall, and Blackmun.
No one made this more evident than Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo, who was once left out to dry for plagiarism in a decision he penned which was also concurred in by the other justices!
Chief Justice Charles Wells, Justices Leander Shaw, Harry Lee Anstead, Barbara Pariente and Peggy Quince concurred in the opinion.
Chief Justice Charles Wells and Justices Leander Shaw, Barbara Pariente and Peggy Quince concurred in the opinion.