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contemporaneous

adjective coeval, coexistent, coincident, coinciding, coinstantaneous, concurrent, concurring, contemporary, correspondent, corresponding, quod eodem tempore est, simultaneous, synchronal, synchronistic, synchronous
Associated concepts: contemporaneous agreement, connemporaneous declaration, contemporaneous exposition, contemporaneous forgeries, contemporaneous memorannum, contemporaneous transaction
See also: coincidental, concomitant, concurrent, current, present, simultaneous
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He also concluded that the making of the record did not need to be instantaneous, and whether a record would be regarded as contemporaneous would depend on the facts surrounding its making.
Northeast answered the complaint and asserted, among other defenses, a complete contemporaneous exchange for new value defense under Section 547(c)(1).
This result appears to refute the consistent finding of other research that students in the STAR program who are assigned to small classes experience contemporaneous test score gains of about a fifth of a standard deviation but the gains disappear after third grade, when the program ends.
Previous studies exploring productivity change for the forest products industry primarily used the contemporaneous MPI (Constantino and Haley 1989, Nyrud and Baardsen 2003, Sowlati and Vahid 2006).
In general, the most suitable methods for interpolation in the national accounts should generate final quarterly or monthly estimates that best preserve the period-to-period movement in the indicator series, if available, under the annual aggregation and, if present, contemporaneous constraints.
His situation encapsulated a range of contemporaneous anxieties, attracting intense media attention that transformed his nickname, "The Boy in the Bubble," into an enduring pop-cultural trope.
A beautifully printed souvenir book with historic photos, contemporaneous reviews, and overviews of Taylor's works.
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA) has toughened the rules for donations of used automobiles, boats, and airplanes made after 2004, as well as imposed stricter contemporaneous substantiation rules.
The 200+ page practice aid gives you an understanding of fair value determination under GAAP; factors to consider in determining fair value; approaches and methods for determining fair value; the benefits of an independent contemporaneous valuation; methods for allocating enterprise value between common and preferred stock; effect of the IPO process on valuation; contemporaneous vs.
In fact, the author seems to argue that the work of one poet and the murals painted by one artist demonstrate that the metamorphosis in monarchical government from divine right to constitutional reflects a contemporaneous metamorphosis from analogical to self-consciously analogical modes of thinking about governance.
With their more precise Asian dating, scientists are matching Chinese fossils with contemporaneous remains from other continents.
It also investigated whether the effects of parental job loss could be explained by contemporaneous changes in parental behavior.