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- adjective obsolete Temporarity.
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- adjective obsolete
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Not quite co-temporaneous, but I've always loved Wallingford Riegger.
In the other categories, there is the need for seizing the initiative and applying con-temporaneous force to achieve Shock and Awe.
Must these written declarations be contemporaneous with the gift, or would declarations written subsequently temporaneous with the gift, or would subsequently suffice?
[Page 343] temporaneous one of the recognition of tactile stimuli in gradation, prepares for writing.
The silence, therefore, of the Charlotte meetings, and the absence of co-temporaneous history, as to the Dutch Side, is nothing against it.
The voting management challenge (which is not co-temporaneous for all voters) breaks down logically into three major stages: before the vote, during the vote, and after the vote.
Page 316, Volume 2 temporaneous Dutch musician, Nicolaus Craen, “by