concurrently

[ kuh n-kur-uh nt, -kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concurrently
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All methods which concurrently with Grammar, mean practice or induce it, are good.

They were proceeded with in advance of, or concurrently with, immigration and settlement.

The President of the Realm cannot be concurrently a member of the Reichstag.

An advantage of especial importance is that the metals can be concurrently used.

These opinions were concurrently advocated with the doctrine of non-resistance.

Evolution and involution balance each other and go on concurrently.

Concurrently the 3rd Corps advanced eastward from Hazebrouck towards Bailleul.

They throw light on the battle which was concurrently, from October 17 to October 31, being fought on the Yser.

The door seemed to open directly into a large room where dancing and dining were going on concurrently.

Concurrently, the number of identified whales sighted in Frederick Sound increased.

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