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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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Moon's logs and hearing her testimony, the court concluded that the logs were prepared contemporaneously and accurately.
An array of disposable articles, the array contemporaneously manufactured by or for the same business entity, comprising: a first disposable article comprising: a first front end edge; a first longitudinal length; a.
For instance, [[??].sup.o.sub.yi](n) assumes that [y.sub.i,t] is not contemporaneously affected by all other variables including [y.sub.j,t], while [[psi].sup.o.sub.yj] (n) needs an assumption that [y.sub.i,t] is not contemporaneously affected by all other variables including [y.sub.i,t].
Contemporaneously, the Iranian rial has dropped in value by 45 percent, while unemployment and inflation rise.
The invasion of the Hirnantian faunas into the Livonian Tongue of the Central Baltoscandian Facies Belt of the Baltic Basin began contemporaneously with the development of a reef facies in the northern (North Estonian Facies Belt; Fig.
MIKE Greetham asked (Mailbag, January 28) why the upcoming by-elections for Kirkburton Parish Council could not be held contemporaneously with the Kirklees Metropolitan Council elections in May.
For a NIED lawsuit to be successful, courts insist that the bystander-claimant meet rather strict criteria, which include being a close relative and having directly observed the injuries contemporaneously with the tortious conduct.
Certain combinations of options, or options held contemporaneously with offsetting positions that have the effect of reducing both the taxpayer's risk of loss and opportunity for gain, may trigger constructive sales treatment under IRC Section 1259.
In our model, we list all United States variables before any Canadian variables, implying that no Canadian variable can contemporaneously affect macro variables pertaining to the United States.
Under the direction of English faculty Kathleen Shaw and Susan Buchler, students contemporaneously sharpened their writing skills while learning about the community in which the college's West Campus is located.
Procedural pain and anxiety related to physiotherapy were evaluated with Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) contemporaneously in both groups.