The table of correspondences converts this to the number 28.
The archive is filled with correspondences from Ginsberg and other lovers, but one letter stands out.
Having the universal country acquaintance with his neighbors' affairs, he holds the key to all their correspondences.
In this life it is restrained by these other correspondences.
By some means it must be separated from all the other correspondences of the organism which do not share its peculiar quality.
The best we can do, is to judge for ourselves from the correspondences of things.
BATS, in the spiritual world, are correspondences and consequent appearances of the thoughts of confirmators, 233.
He advised Emile Bernard to look for the contrasts and correspondences of tones.
During his second sojourn in the United States he had written some correspondences to Norwegian papers.
Useful for tracing the correspondences between the Victorines and Ruysbroeck.
early 15c., "harmony, agreement," from Medieval Latin correspondentia, from correspondentem (nominative correspondens), present participle of correspondere (see correspond). Sense of "communication by letters" is first attested 1640s.
correspondence cor·re·spon·dence (kôr'ĭ-spŏn'dəns)
A relationship between corresponding points on each retina such that stimulation produces a single image.