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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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Net proceeds from the offering and concurrent private placement, will be used by the company to make additional ground lease investments, repay outstanding borrowings under its revolving credit facility and for general business purposes.
Atul is also placed in concurrent charge as Joint Managing Director, Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation (KUIDFC), Bengaluru.
Documents released by the regents show about $13.5 million is needed for the concurrent enrollment program, which is currently receiving about $10.2 million.
2.) Alex Garcia Chua - Ambassador to Republic of Kenya (with concurrent jurisdiction over Burundi, Union of the Comoros, Congo, Malawi, Rwanda, Federal Republic of Somalia, United Republic of Tanzania, Republic of Uganda and South Sudan, and as permanent representative to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and United Nations Human Settlements (UN-Habitat)
According to SteamDB, there's around 13 million concurrent users on Steam, the platform.
The prevention principle in English Law is closely connected to the issue of causation; matters must of 'equal causative potency (effect)' to be concurrent. Law in relation to causation in the UAE is less prominent, as in many civil systems, and as such the courts tend to look to concurrent delay events not as matters of cause and effect but in an empiric sense -- this approach tends to lead to parties seeking to apportion the consequences of delays to one or the other of two concurrent events.
Concurrent Session C--Enabling Nurse Driven Documentation Redesign Deborah Ariosto
Qato, Pharm.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and colleagues conducted descriptive analyses using nationally representative data for people aged ≤19 years from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to estimate the prevalence of prescription medication use, concurrent use, and potential major DDIs.
Concurrent use of multiple medications to treat one or multiple medical conditions has become prevalent, with up to 10 percent of the U.S.
The concurrent enrollment program has allowed high school juniors and seniors to earn college credits since 2005, The Oklahoman reported.
Battery Ventures paid USD 35m for the business, according to Concurrent Computer.
In 16 papers from a November 2014 conference in Cape Town, South Africa, scholars of federal government systems explore the various manifestations of concurrent powers in federal systems, analyze what drives this modern governance mode, and review management strategies that guard against central dominance of concurrent areas.

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