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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.
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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.
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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

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.
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor went to great lengths in a separate, but concurring opinion, joined by Justice Stephen Breyer, to caution that the court must still review aid programs carefully to make sure they do not support too much religious indoctrination."
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In addition, Potts claimed that the suspension violated his due process rights because he did not have adequate notice of the SEC's standards of professional conduct for concurring reviewers.
It is interesting that the Brazilian loans in question were "net loans." The Seventh Circuit, concurring with the Tax Court, agreed that the Brazilian tax was imposed on the lender (Continental), and noted that Continental had satisfied the IRS that the local taxes on these loans had been paid by the borrower.
Judge Fay, in his concurring opinion, believed the "covered by" versus "compensated for" discussion was premature since it was not at issue in Axelrod (no cause or amount was ever established).
Concurring: BREYER, J., filed a concurring opinion.
Reversed and Remanded Dissenting: Concurring: SOTOMAYOR, J., filed a concurring opinion, in which BREYER, J., joined.
Concurring: KAVANAUGH, J., filed a concurring opinion.
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'However, upon the perusal of the report, particularly its signature page and its various attachments, this representation noticed that some members of the three committees signed the report with concurring and dissenting votes.'
He analyzes what the different factors are that can cause a justice to issue a concurring opinion within the context of the bargaining and accommodation processes of the Supreme Court.
Indeed, Powell often preferred a short concurring opinion as the means of expressing his differences with a majority rationale.