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    harmony

    Your wife and you are in harmony with each other consistently.


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    Re: harmony

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    Your wife and you are in harmony with each other consistently.


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    You and your wife are consistently in harmony with each other.

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    Re: harmony

    Quote Originally Posted by ziawj2 View Post
    Your wife and you are in harmony with each other consistently.


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    If you're asking about harmony, it's a common enough metaphor.
    I don't like 'consistently' for this; I might use 'constantly' - with riquecohen's amendments.

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