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coincidental

Referring to events that occur simultaneously, but which are regarded as causally unrelated.
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19, 1996 - coincidentally, the 25th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in federal elections in Switzerland.
This combination, familiar from the works of Ann Hamilton (whose piece privatio and excesses, 1989, was, coincidentally, created at the former Capp Street Project site out of 700,000 pennies) is equally reminiscent of the perfect felicity of Lipski's earliest work.
Coincidentally, KIDdesigns' cans of Silly String were stored in an El Paso warehouse, which happens to be the home to Fort Bliss, the Army's largest U.
Perhaps not coincidentally, the UTLA's school reform vision ended up melding nicely with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's school takeover compromise plan.
Almost coincidentally, we now find ourselves neighbor to two credit unions with whom we partner--Island FCU and People's Alliance FCU.
Coincidentally, the homicide Detective Sergeant Jamie Ferrara was a member of the club and is now investigating the homicides.
A couple of days later, Alva and his representative were seen to be meeting with a rather obvious Dora family associate, who also has ties to Leonardo Dicaprio, who perhaps not so coincidentally has announced he wants to make a Cat film.
During the warmer months I bike the 10-mile roundtrip to work, and often play a morning game of tag with my neighbor who, coincidentally, works across the street from E here in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Padovan approvingly quotes the Smithsons; ironically though perhaps not coincidentally they assumed their writing had pinpoint accuracy when it had nothing of the sort.
This particular Top 10 list, initiated by the Canadian Film Centre on the 10th anniversary of its Feature Film Project and, coincidentally, the 35th birthday of Telefilm Canada, focuses its attention on the best debut fiction features produced in this country since money first began to trickle out or CFDC.
Perhaps more than coincidentally, the one other inductee into the DMA Hall of Fame this year is a client of Lewis's--Omaha Steaks.
The service was attended by dignitaries of both churches, including the Bulgarian Prime Minister, who coincidentally was there on an official visit to Italy.