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contemporaneous

[kən‚tem·pə′rā·nē·əs]
(geology)
Formed, existing, or originating at the same time.
Of a rock, developing during formation of the enclosing rock.
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The function of the list in suggesting credibility, probability, and contemporaneity is already prominently visible in the work by an author who has been described as one of the major pioneers of the novel form (see, e.
Questions of contemporaneity are given a wider context in essays by Adriana Varga and Derek Ryan, who take up, respectively, the musical structure and the rhizomatic becomings of Woolf's work to find productive forms of thinking past the binaries to which some of the other essays fall prey.
The first is that they ask everyone to subscribe to what I call "superficial contemporaneity," a kind of flat-world, Thomas Friedman-style acceptance of the present that is generated by globalization.
Portugal Telecom has among other heritage, a contemporary art collection in which some of the most remarkable Portuguese authors of our artistic contemporaneity are represented.
Art criticism, art history, and contemporaneity grapple with crises because Eurocentrism and elitism have pigeonholed the fine arts.
25) The key premise behind the exception is the close temporal link between the time of the observation and the time of the statement, ensuring the statement has substantial contemporaneity to the event described.
MICE, Bled Tourism Board and other partners will continue to talk about Bridging the Gaps in terms of synchronizing and optimizing tourism marketing and contemporaneity.
The novelty this year lies in the huge range of natural bathroom products for accessorising and covering, a reflection of the way in which the sector has embraced contemporaneity, lifting bathrooms out of their purely functional role to become spaces where style and image matter, bolstered by technology.
12) All that is required for a statement to qualify as a present sense impression is contemporaneity, a requirement easily satisfied in the digital age.
Moreover, in its approach to the conditioning tensions between 'an archi-past and the present' (110), it provides an excellent framing of the problem of contemporaneity.
Yes, the Canadian Opera Company's season-opening production of Verdi's Egyptian opera was one of those misguided, modern-dress updatings (costumes by Jon Morrell, sets by Hildegard Bechtler) that sacrifice dramatic meaning for bogus contemporaneity, with director Tim Albery (previously responsible for such worthy COC productions as Rodelinda, Gotterdammerung and War and Peace) the chief architect.
Kiteley moves forward and back through time, allowing each speaker his or her specific contemporaneity, so that the town's identity emerges not as a palimpsest--its present-day streets and houses and inhabitants "written over" its deep historical past--but rather as a kind of historical simultaneity: these people may have lived at different points in history, but they are all speaking right now in this book.