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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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For example, if one interprets y-shocks as an output (supply) shock, while i-shocks and c-shocks are treated as expenditure (demand) shocks, she may employ an ordering [yic] assuming that y does not contemporaneously respond to demand shocks.
This nullified the defendant's argument that she did not contemporaneously observe the baby's injury, a requisite element under California law.
In the Bengal Basin, a rapid rise in sea level and a contemporaneously high rate of sediment discharge from fast eroding Himalayas induced delta sedimentation that occurred around 10,000-7,500 years ago (Acharyya et al.
or, more contemporaneously, Bill Gates--and by removing the restriction of cost, generate ideas, then work back to the cost-efficient solution.
The problem here is that the dream happens to appear contemporaneously in print and in manuscript in numerous white Quaker sources, a fact not acknowledged by Sobel (and of which she may not have been aware).
th] Century, these sites were contemporaneously occupied and a 30-foot high earthen flat-topped ceremonial mound had been constructed by a politically and culturally advanced society.
Taxpayers can avoid penalties for transfer pricing adjustments by complying with the standard, reporting arm's length results on their income tax returns, contemporaneously documenting their transfer pricing using methods described in the section 482 regulations and providing that documentation to the IRS upon request.
A panel of 19 scholars who actively publish from this viewpoint and drawn mostly from psychology and sociology (N=10 and 5, respectively) was surveyed to offer expert judgment about this question during three time periods (prior to 1920 and from 1920 through 1970) and contemporaneously (since 1970).
mil) contemporaneously with submission of any request for payment, but not less frequently than quarterly.
The 1925 Paris Exposition with its unique contributions of Le Corbusier's Pavilion de L'Esprit Nouveau and Melnikov's Russian Pavilion followed in 1927 by the much wider demonstration of residential buildings in Stuttgart certainly broke the ground earlier but the Stockholm Exhibition had the unique significance of being a huge popular success by demonstrating not only a wider range of public building types but a broad image of urban totality and 'townscape' of seductive attraction: the waterside Corso with cafes, restaurants, exhibition galleries, houses and recreational episodes had all the virtues of the urban street or esplanade without traffic but with the stimulant of what Auden contemporaneously called a 'new style of architecture, a change of heart'.
Arguably, the requirement that users contemporaneously designate the record status of messages at the front end of the records life cycle constitutes a key element in ensuring that such messages are preserved in a manner that maximizes their trustworthiness.
Before the expert's testimony about competency, the bill specified, "the bailiff shall contemporaneously dim the courtroom lights and administer two strikes to a Chinese gong.