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adjective as in contemporary

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A passport requirement would clearly prevent contemporaneous harm to other people, not just later versions of ourselves.

Journalists Michele Norris, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jelani Cobb discuss the contemporaneous shifts in American political posturing.

From Time

The final three seasons, but particularly the calamitous just-concluded one, highlight just how dramatically the show went from aspirational to out-of-touch, especially when it attempted to comment on contemporaneous political shifts.

She said she gave a statement about the interaction with a special counsel to the governor and showed the New York Times contemporaneous text messages discussing Cuomo’s behavior.

That’s due to the delay built into economic metrics—the best information we have about jobs, spending and trade are weeks or months old, while contemporaneous data are much more uncertain.

From Quartz

Did other presidents subsequent to Nixon keep extensive contemporaneous records?

And contemporaneous observers predicted that South Africa would fracture, that a civil war would roil for the next decade.

Tracy Conroy allowed The Daily Beast to read lengthy contemporaneous notes she took during her time inside the Anthony home.

Often my heart sank when I came across another contemporaneous source that I felt I should read.

In the end, any good reporting requires access to the most contemporaneous statements.

It may be a forerunner or successor, the cause or consequence, or a contemporaneous fact, etc.

The defeat of Mr. ttwood's motion was contemporaneous with alarming riots at Birmingham.

Legislation with regard to the poor commenced contemporaneous with the laws against the eviction of the small farmers.

Tradition survived of taller giants before the days of the contemporaneous Agamemnons.

Besides, even if actualization be contemporaneous with potentiality, why should not the first rank be assigned to actualization?


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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contemporaneous, such as: coetaneous, coeval, coexistent, coexisting, concomitant, and simultaneous.

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