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To me, this just makes the point that if we’re going to use the IRS to process payments like this, then we need to set up a separate system that runs concurrent with the tax filing system.
Under Fairfax's “concurrent” model of hybrid learning, educators will simultaneously teach in-person and remote students.
Athletic Director Phillip Fulmer, who coached the Volunteers to a national championship in 1998, is stepping down in a concurrent move.
Months later, it still draws 20,000 concurrent players daily.
“So there are several layers and several concurrent efforts that are used to assure that whatever corrections that are put in place are monitored and adjusted,” she said.
Ellen was beloved, and there was, besides, a concurrent strain of sympathy through the assembly who had known all her past.
This is the concurrent testimony of officers and others whose opinions are entitled to weight.
The report of this commission bore the most concurrent testimony, that the girls' schools were much inferior to the boys' schools.
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The question is probably considered too simply—too much to the neglect of concurrent influences.
We would and could have no concurrent convention with the confederate power upon the subject.

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