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coincidental

Referring to events that occur simultaneously, but which are regarded as causally unrelated.
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Afro-Americans and Hispanic Americans have the highest incidence of gum disease and -- coincidently -- have the highest incidence of heart disease and diabetes.
Just coincidently this slice is the home of Assemblyman Tony Cardenas, who is about to be term-limited out and who is already running to replace Joel Wachs in the old 2nd District, which is about to be redistricted out of existence.
Coincidently, the kickoff of the home building comes a week before Ms.
Other invitees include some 40 Fortune 500 Companies including Citibank, Exxon Oil, JP Morgan Chase, and De Beers, world's largest diamond mining and Exploration Company that coincidently is exploring the bordering property to one of Delta's leases in Bolivia.
Coincidently, the third film is Wood's favorite, but he knew before the film opened that he would have to please the numerous fans of ``LOTR'' books.
Although the names are coincidently the same, there is no relationship between Angela Harris and Dr.
Most recently, however, Rudy worked diligently to complete his role in "Honorable Men" with actor Gary Sayre, who coincidently also has a past related military career.
Here's your package,'' said Arnold Santa-Isabel, whose name coincidently matched his duty on Christmas Day.
Coincidently, Quebecor Printing acquired the operations of US West's Directory Printing Plant in Loveland, Colorado, USA.
Coincidently, the 100th Super Hercules is rolled out just months before the world celebrates the 100th anniversary of powered flight.
Not coincidently, they took an 87-80 lead by holding Charlotte to 6-of-20 shooting in the final period.
While on the heels of two summer blockbusters, "Undercover Brother" and "Undisputed," Clarke's thriving film and television scoring career continues while coincidently, he is in the studio recording his long awaited solo CD slated for an early 2003 release.