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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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In foregrounding the process of cultural assimilation and translation, the list signals contemporaneity.
In her adoption of Lyotard's "affect-phrase," Delourme locates the political resonance of Woolf's paradoxical contemporaneity, which is what made Woolf necessary to her own time, and invaluable in our own.
My effort to think about contemporaneity is to draw attention to the world that underlies all of this, which is the contemporaneity of difference, of different kinds of difference.
47) Despite disagreement among academics over whether strict or loose requirements of contemporaneity should be required, courts have adopted a flexible standard that is not consistent with the spirit of the exception.
20) Dean Wigmore famously stalled judicial acceptance of the exception for decades, (21) and subsequent commentators echo Wigmore's skepticism that contemporaneity establishes reliability.
Does the contemporaneity of these events with one another, and with a million others as disjointed form a rational bond between them, and write them into anything that resembles for us a world?
In contemporaneity, Bartoloni concludes, there is no sense of exile because no clash occurs between past and present (150).
Representational Subversions and the Limits of Postcoloniality: Shahzia Sikander's Strategic Contemporaneity.
Visual excesses aside, the evening overall is an eye-opening success due to Penny Downie's bravura performance in the title role and the startling contemporaneity of the material as retold here.
Monk's survey demonstrates in detail that the term "Generation" was equally contested insofar as it designated any coherence beyond rough contemporaneity.
In some cases, the active politicization of Islam is viewed as the reaction of people to the new challenges of contemporaneity - political, socio-economic and spiritual problems.
He said: "The sail bridge with its 42-metre mast was intended as a fanfare of revolutionary intent, trumpeting the inauguration of SA1, declaring the project's unabashed contemporaneity and proposing an end to the historic east/west divide.