contemporaneous


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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 two-step Denton proportional method has the advantage of removing contemporaneous discrepancies and thus eliminating the need for distributing contemporaneous discrepancies manually.
In the LR scheme, there are no constraints on contemporaneous effects.
The Durdens subsequently obtained a second written acknowledgment from their church with the required language, but the IRS disregarded it because it did not meet the contemporaneous written acknowledgment requirement of Sec.
These early elementary school students, now in their thirties, had been randomly assigned to smaller or larger classes, and the authors matched the students' contemporaneous test results with data from the National Student Clearinghouse, a database that covers about 90 percent of U.
The contemporaneous MPI is a geometric mean form of two possibly disparate Malmquist indices in adjacent time period t-based Malmquist ([M.
In the book, "Chronicle of Catastrophe: A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years," Cuddehe's real-time reflection of the markets, economy, political issues and global developments during the George W.
Sherman first delineates Horton's conformity to "verse by white North Carolinians of his time who shared his environment and influence" through a comparison of Horton's "subjects, form, language and attitude" to a contemporaneous collection of poetry.
In Freitas, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that the failure to give contemporaneous notice of a search without adequate prior authorization violated the Fourth Amendment reasonableness requirement.
Both of those books packed more reportorial punch than Buckley's effort, which leans heavily on contemporaneous press accounts and oft-quoted sources.
The answer to this question is especially important during periods when the contemporaneous differential differs markedly from zero.
The collected data is then stored in the 2-D barcode available for contemporaneous verification or other user-definable purposes.
The statute specifies that taxpayers must substantiate donations of motor vehicles (including automobiles, boats, airplanes, and motorcycles) with a claimed value of more than $500 by a contemporaneous written acknowledgment from the organization receiving the vehicle and that the taxpayer must attach the acknowledgment to the tax return that includes the deduction.