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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coincide.

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Examples

  • Strange how my first "family emergency" of the term coincides with the day we're discussing the longest reading I've assigned so far.

    CHE > Latest news

  • "We are already in unusual circumstances because of what has happened to the economy, and my term coincides with two general elections - at Westminster and Holyrood - so we will be thinking hard about our manifesto and what we expect of our politicians."

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  • BLITZER: Thousands of normal American citizens, they've got to go through extra screenings, can't get early boarding passes simply because their name coincides with someone else's.

    CNN Transcript Nov 8, 2007

  • When the ancient gloss identifies Zeus as “life,” be - cause his name coincides with the Greek word for life, an element of history enters the interpretation through what may be a false etymology.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • The appearance of the phrase coincides with the appearance of the thing; for Richardson was the first sentimentalist.

    Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)

  • The call coincides with the release of Fitch's 2011 Outlook report which will be available on Fitch's web site at '

    Fitch Teleconf: 2011 U.S. Healthcare Outlook, Thursday, 1/13 at 11:00am EST - Yahoo! Finance

  • After a hectic weekend, the roads will be quieter during the week before peaking again next weekend, when the end of half-term coincides with Halloween.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • After a hectic weekend, the roads will be quieter during the week before peaking again next weekend, when the end of half-term coincides with Halloween.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • This call coincides perfectly with the idea of beheading, making sense that it is like a ritual sacrifice against evil.

    FrontPage Magazine

  • This call coincides perfectly with the idea of beheading, making sense that it is like a ritual sacrifice against evil.

    Jihad Watch

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