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Your words are supposed to correspond to your actions, but that is not easy to put into practice.
What I want from Mr Hayashi is the effort required for his actions to live up to his words.
Extremes meet.
Theory and practice do not necessarily go together.
Complete agreement between theory and practice is a rare case.
Theory and practice do not necessarily go together.
The report checks with the facts in every detail.
You shouldn't do partial-word searches, since they put a lot of strain on the server.
Her behavior is consistent with her words.
Her words correspond with her actions.
Her actions are inconsistent with her words.
She and I usually agree.
She and I usually have the same opinion.
They acted together as if by compact.
They agreed to start early.
They agree that they have no choice but to give up the whole plan.
They could not agree how it should be done.
They agreed to look into the causes of the accident.
I concurred with them in giving him the prize.
His story doesn't agree with what they have said to me.

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