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- adv. in a concurrent manner; at the same time
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With concurrence; unitedly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a concurrent manner; so as to be concurrent; in union, combination, or unity; unitedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. overlapping in duration
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Hackett will serve his term concurrently with the nine-month federal sentence he received for taking a $5,000 bribe to steer a city contract to an insurance broker.
Hackett will serve his term concurrently with the nine-month federal sentence he received for his role in a bribery scandal that brought down 12 people, including 11 public officials.
That ended with #232-233 (with 234-235 serving as epilogues to the story), which crossed over with the Fantastic Four (Avengers writer Roger Stern and Fantastic Four writer John Byrne had a close working relationship, so they had a number of references to each other's work when they were writing the titles concurrently).
That a strong stimulus to such an afferent nerve, exciting most or all of its fibres, should in regard to a given muscle develop inhibition and excitation concurrently is not surprising.
He is to serve that term concurrently with an eight-year sentence for the same crime in
The unicameral National Assembly is composed of 225 members elected by direct universal suffrage for a 5-year term concurrently with the president.
Tat is about the "oddest couple" ever of long-term concurrently serving Senators ...
He was ordered to serve the terms concurrently and taking into account time served since his arrest, he will be eligible for parole in about nine years.
As the only woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently; Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth, Sally has met many challenges, but the plight of the Mountain Gorillas has had a profound effect: Meeting wild gorillas face-to-face in Rwanda was an incredible experience - one I will never forget.
So we have two plans running concurrently, which is the way I prefer to manage things anyway.