from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Occurring at the same time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a simultaneous manner; at the same time; together in point of time.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. at the same instant
Although the judges will begin their term simultaneously, there are enough experienced judges on the bench to help the new appointees, Wells said.
Trying to take both approaches simultaneously is pure fail.
On its face, this both makes a ton of sense, and simultaneously is odd.
That King believed it was possible to promulgate a moral doctrine that allowed one to violate and to respect the law simultaneously is secondary.
A score of things, which no eye could take in simultaneously, happened.
There is absolutely no inconsistency or hypocrisy in simultaneously taking the positions that (1) overall, the stimulus is harming the economy and (2) wanting your constituents to get as much stimulus dollars as possible.
My resolution for the new year should be to stop borrowing and ILLing books from the library just because I get bored or see something shiny. 40-50+ books out simultaneously is really just ridiculous.
Sally Leivesley, a security advisor based in Britain, said, "The potential for three countries - France, Germany, and Britain - to be attacked simultaneously is actually a global shock attack and it comes out of the maturity in the style of attacks that Pakistan has very sadly been having for a long time, and also that the soldiers are seeing in Afghanistan."
"What has occurred almost simultaneously is the rise of phones and other devices that act as wallets, mini-computers, organizers, etc," says Davie.
Two people skinning/carving on the same carcuss simultaneously is also inviting an unwanted cut hand or arm.
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