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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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803(1) advisory committee's note ("The underlying theory of Exception [paragraph] (1) is that substantial contemporaneity of event and statement negate the likelihood of deliberate or conscious misrepresentation.
That Pieters sees the same effect in the "historical sensation" raises a prospect of examining the science fiction text not for its futurism but for its contemporaneity.
Ultimately, the inherent quality, innovative cultural and geographical perspectives and innate contemporaneity of the best Australian Indigenous art will shine through and inexorably make its mark on the global art world.
Due to the "magnitude of his accomplishments," Urgo proposes that traditional definitions of contemporaneity and who counts as one of Faulkner's "contemporaries" must be reconsidered by widening the gyre of influence to include "anyone whose mind affected the century" (xiv).
Social memory and contemporaneity, Kyrgyz philosophical studies; 1.
S]ince theater has no "transferable, autonomous existence" outside of the immediacy of performance, since the absolute contemporaneity of theater makes it an event that can occur only in the present, and since it is radically incomplete without its witnessing participants, the audience, York's Resurrection theater manifests the possibilities and resources of the insight that "nothing can be present to us to which we are not present.
This collection of essays takes advantage of the new century to celebrate the continuing contemporaneity of Joyce and, presumably, the viability of Joyce studies.
What care must be taken that cultural incarnation does not develop into an archaism which further increases the lack of faith's contemporaneity with the technical world?
We can neither doubt nor trust what's said; the truth of the words is so carefully drawn from sources beyond us and yet so carefully packaged as to be open to inspection, that we're made witness to what Andrew Crozier, with fearsome accuracy, has called "the grievous fictions of contemporaneity.
their contemporaneity has worn a little thin after 2,000 years,but I did get the fact that he execrated as if he were the ancestor of 2 LiveCrew.
In retrospect, the decision seems to have been a gratuitous gesture in the direction of relevance and contemporaneity.
Thus, a source's contemporaneity establishes its validity, since it was part of the same cultural fabric.