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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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Nationwide argues that it did not 'intercept' Fraser's e-mail within the meaning (of the ECPA) because an 'intercept' can only occur contemporaneously with transmission, and it did not access Fraser's e-mail at the initial time of transmission," the three-judge panel wrote in its Dec.
In the Bengal Basin, a rapid rise in sea level and a contemporaneously high rate of sediment discharge from fast eroding Himalayas induced delta sedimentation that occurred around 10,000-7,500 years ago (Acharyya et al.
or, more contemporaneously, Bill Gates--and by removing the restriction of cost, generate ideas, then work back to the cost-efficient solution.
The problem here is that the dream happens to appear contemporaneously in print and in manuscript in numerous white Quaker sources, a fact not acknowledged by Sobel (and of which she may not have been aware).
th] Century, these sites were contemporaneously occupied and a 30-foot high earthen flat-topped ceremonial mound had been constructed by a politically and culturally advanced society.
Sarbanes-Oxley prohibits all registered public accounting firms from providing audit clients, contemporaneously with the audit, certain nonaudit services including internal audit outsourcing, financial-information-system design and implementation services and expert services.
The 1925 Paris Exposition with its unique contributions of Le Corbusier's Pavilion de L'Esprit Nouveau and Melnikov's Russian Pavilion followed in 1927 by the much wider demonstration of residential buildings in Stuttgart certainly broke the ground earlier but the Stockholm Exhibition had the unique significance of being a huge popular success by demonstrating not only a wider range of public building types but a broad image of urban totality and 'townscape' of seductive attraction: the waterside Corso with cafes, restaurants, exhibition galleries, houses and recreational episodes had all the virtues of the urban street or esplanade without traffic but with the stimulant of what Auden contemporaneously called a 'new style of architecture, a change of heart'.
Whenever there is mutual indebtedness between the taxpayer and the government -- whenever a taxpayer owes a liability to the government and the government contemporaneously owes a refund to the taxpayer -- the amount of interest for the period of mutual indebtedness should net to zero.
Before the expert's testimony about competency, the bill specified, "the bailiff shall contemporaneously dim the courtroom lights and administer two strikes to a Chinese gong.
True, Emery has at his disposal a far wider range of sources than did those of us who were writing more or less contemporaneously.
A private person who did his art contemporaneously with Kokoschka and Schiele, and in a milieu of Mahler, Freud and Loos, Klimt belonged to no clearly defined circle, did not keep a diary and wrote very few letters.
In connection with the notes offering and contemporaneously with the pricing of the notes, Evergreen Solar plans to enter into a capped call transaction with an affiliate of Lehman Brothers Inc.