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concurrent

At the same time. It implies that multiple processes are taking place simultaneously. See concurrent operation and concurrency.
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The sentences will run concurrently with each other.
Adil Khan, 42, of Oswald Street, Rochdale, was sentenced to eight years for conspiracy and eight, concurrently, for trafficking.
Mohammed Sajid, 35, was sentenced to 12 years for rape, six years for conspiracy, one year for trafficking and six years, concurrently, for sexual activity with a child.
Adil Khan, 42: Eight years for conspiracy and eight years, concurrently, for trafficking for sexual exploitation.
Adeel received a seven-and-ahalf-year sentence after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, plus a further four-and-a-half years to run concurrently for possession of cocaine with intent to supply.
Unlike current SSUTA Section 312, the revised version addresses a seller's actions when it is known that the product will be concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction, but the purchaser does not provide an exemption certificate claiming MPU.
Thus, unless Bob takes his paid family leave concurrently with an FMLA/CFRA leave or other leave requiring reinstatement, the factory does not need to reinstate Bob upon his return.
For multi-host applications such as web applications running on several servers concurrently, a single shared file system available to all applications instances improves manageability and scalability.
By enabling multiple CPUs to work concurrently on the same program, but not the same thread, RAMP provides an excellent multiprocessing solution for compute-intensive applications that require deterministic real-time response.
Other medicines require or may require dosage adjustment if taken concurrently.
Reid was ordered to be detained for life for the murder and was concurrently jailed for 16 years in a young offenders' institution for the attempted murder of Mr Cornish.
These were to become effective concurrently with Interpretation no.