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By the playoffs, his decrease on such shots coincided with other noticeable late-game dips.

As for Lens, the new API, which will go live next week to coincide with KubeCon, will enable developers to extend the service with support for other Kubernetes-integrated components and services.

Fortunately for creators, CTV’s rise coincides with YouTube rewarding longer videos.

From Digiday

This coincided nicely with a rising trend in healthier eating.

Crude sank to a five-month low as a continued increase in Libyan production coincided with a wave of new restrictions to combat the virus.

From Fortune

That morning, he sat in the windowsill and began his day like every other: reading the Bible passage that coincided with the date.

The war against Echo has coincided with the rise of Russian nationalist and pro-Kremlin movements.

Not concidentally, the event coincided with the promotional campaign around that film's release.

This play coincided with a time when my heart really needed it.

Its rise coincided with European exploration, which drove a curiosity to see specimens from new parts of the world.

Their views on the disputed questions of the day very nearly coincided.

In these sentiments the lord-chancellor coincided; the clauses, he said, were as necessary as any others.

The noble lord had asked him, he said, how far he coincided in opinion with Mr. O'Connell?

Albert, who had taken some part in the discussion, coincided in opinion with the judge.

Scott knew little of Homer, but coincided in the Nestorian humour by mere congruity of genius.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coincided, such as: concur, jibe, correspond, accord, square, and accompany.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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