noun. 1 agreement. 2 an index of the words used in a book or an author's works.
To be in concordance with protocol.
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in a technical sense, concordance is the efficiency of compliance and adherence combined, and it represents the effectiveness (not yet efficiency) of clinical interventions
Nobody will keep swallowing those big pills for a long period, concordance is very poorly designed here.
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Concord is a small town in Massachusetts that is home to historical attractions, and that's about it. Parents move here to fuck and create bratty kids that either end up a druggie, slut, or a grade obsessed mess of a human. The education system is great, but in turn creates a stressful environment that makes kids feel retarded if they get anything under a B. Being a kid who lives here, there is jack shit to do for kicks around here. So instead we smoke bud and fuck everything in sight. The exact thing our parents thought wasn't gonna happen upon moving here.
Person 1: "Hey, wanna smoke under the bridge on the tracks?"
Person 2: "Yeah! Let's drive there in my Audi A6"
Person 1: "Sounds good"
Person 2: "Who are we buying bud from?"
Person 1: "Just about any jock in Concord will sell"
Person 2: "True"
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British/French supersonic airliner, designed in the sixties and entered commercial service in 1976. A supreme technological success (and the only successful supersonic airliner), but catastrophic from a business point of view.

Concorde was designed when fuel was cheap, and when it didn't seem like there would be any objection to generating sonic booms over populated areas. By the time it was ready to go into commercial service, environmental concerns and fuel costs eroded most of the potential market. In the end, Concorde served only with Air France and British Airways, mostly flying on the New York - Paris and New York - London routes.

After the first fatal Concorde accident in 2000, the fleet was grounded for over a year. The decision was finally made to retire the two Concorde fleets in 2003, and the survivors were retired to museums in Germany, France, Britain, the United States, and Barbados. No supersonic successor appears likely
The last commercial Concorde flights were in October 2003.
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Concord is a town in Massachusetts that Nathaniel Hawthorne succinctly labeled “Eden.” Due to its distinction as the birthplace of the American Revolution and its plethora of literary giants, Henry James described Concord as “the biggest little place in America,” its influence only rivaled by the cities of Boston, New York, and Chicago.

Beyond Concord’s immense historical influence, it remains a wealthy and intellectual community (Harvard chose to relocate here during the War of Independence.). Social grace and a genteel manner are the norm in this preppy suburb, where residents frown upon crass displays of wealth and the Brahmin values of class and understated elegance still rule.

Concord is further noted for the uniform quality of its superb schools, ranging from its nationally recognized public schools to the numerous top private schools in residence, including Middlesex, Concord Academy, Fenn, and Nashoba Brooks.

Every generation of Concordians returns to reside in and continue Concord’s rich tradition as arguable the most idyllic town in America.
"I'm from Concord, Massachusetts. There's a reason I chose to reside in Concord, Massachusetts. I'm an American. Concord, Massachusetts is where the Minutemen fought off the British, personifying the heroism and patriotism of what it means to be an American."

The Honorable Harvey Cooper, Boston Legal
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The location of the beginning of the American Revolutionary war. Where one of the lantern's ("One if by land, Two if by sea") that signaled Paul Revere's famed ride can be seen. Where American authors Louisa May Alcott, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote their masterpieces. Speechwriter Doris Kerns-Goodwin lives there, famed marathoner Uta Pippig and gold-medal winner in women's hockey Lori Baker reside. As well as one-time world record holder in the one mile Noureddine Morceli.

Movies filmed there: "What's the worst that could happen?," "House Sitter," "Little Women," "School Ties."

A lovely gated community with only 16 reported crimes in 2003.
1. "I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only." -- Walden; Henry David Thoreau

2. "Tonight, what began on the commons in Concord, Massachusetts, as an alliance of farmers and workers, of cobblesmen and tinsmiths, of statesmen and students, of mothers and wives, of men and boys, lives two centuries later as America! My name is Josiah Bartlet, and I accept your nomination for the Presidency of the United States!" -- The West Wing
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Concorde - It's a Noun, Adjective and Verb. A group of 4 people who stick together. Like other such groups. All members are LADs. All have one goal. To snake girls and wingman for each other. If a member is snaking in a club, other members will be required to wing for their captain, even taking on grenades. All members are required to drink until a member of concorde passes out/throws up/breaks property. Concorde is a group of members who qualify as LADs.
Concorde member 1: I'm going to Concorde on that bird.

Concorde member 2: Ok man, I'll be your wingman, captain.
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