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con·com·i·tance

(kon-kom'i-tănts),
In esotropia, one eye accompanying the other in all excursions, as in concomitant strabismus.
[con- + L. comito-, pp. -atus, to accompany]

concomitance 

The condition in which the two eyes move as a unit, that is maintaining a constant angle between them for all directions of gaze when fixating at a fixed distance. Syn. comitance. See incomitance; concomitant strabismus.
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Cette concomitance entre ces deux facteurs d'evolution allait permettre, rappelle-t-il, a un secteur influent de l'opinion chretienne--aussi bien religieux que laique--de servir de visa ou de caution a l'adhesion de la Revolution tranquille a l'idee de laicisation de nos institutions publiques, concomitance qui a contribue a faire sauter les derniers verrous de l'opposition a la creation du MEQ.
The concomitance of each category of nonadherence Nonadherence Accompanying nonadherence category category Medicine Diet Measurement Exercise Smoking Medicine 100% 35% 50% 90% 25% Diet 36% 100% 54% 92% 11% Measurement 35% 37% 100% 89% 14% Exercise 32% 32% 45% 100% 14% Smoking 40% 11% 32% 64% 100% Table 2.
Since the world has millions of students who access the internet every minute of every day, it is imperative for safety and security of information focus to shift to this large group of users to determine if there is a concomitance between what they are familiar with and what they actually practice.
For the Buddha, it is not a case of causative determinism but more an expression of conditional concomitance.
For instance, take the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), it started in 1775 when a chief engineer was hired to manage the US Army construction projects, as a consequent, and in 1802, the USACE was officially instituted, in concomitance with the establishment of US Military Academy (at the West Point).
The new version could also include extra stimulation arrangements in concomitance with adaptive responses to (a) maintain high response motivation and (b) possibly promote some proper use of body parts (e.
110) In this providential context, the whole frame of nature plainly contrives for the good of the whole, and any casual evil seems to be the necessary concomitance of some mechanism designed for vast good.
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One of the limitations of the study is the fact that correlation does not suggest a cause-effect relationship but only the degree of concomitance between the variables and, so the cause of which may be unknown.
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En 1995, la Cour reitere ce principe en manifestant sa preference pour le modele de la competence exclusive du forum arbitral, plutot que celui de la concomitance ou du chevauchement de juridiction.
Additionally, the importance of the timing of the emergence of each component is discussed in the conflict process and its initiation addressing the issues of sequentiality and the concomitance of the three components.