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coincidental

Referring to events that occur simultaneously, but which are regarded as causally unrelated.
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Last month, he informally broached the idea with city councilors of bringing together the municipal and state election cycles so those elections can be held coincidentally in even-numbered years.
(Coincidentally, that school is about 60 miles south of Poughkeepsie.) September 1966 saw the debut of The Morning Show, a student-and-teacher run version of NBC's The Today Show.
Her half-sister, coincidentally the daughter of the devil, is suddenly exhibiting violent angst, and Sinclair, the love of her life, is jealous of a college student writing her biography.
Coincidentally, the first medical tenant, Stamford Ophthalmology, LLC, just executed an 8,911 s/f lease in the building; just prior to closing."
The bugs must overcome their helplessness in the imminent doom of their village by a dam that is about to break (coincidentally) holding back part of the river downstream from the action in biblical Israel.
Perhaps not so coincidentally, Skinner said, "I didn't know it at the time I selected this book for our club, but when I mentioned it to Epatha, she told me she owns the rights to the book and is working on a production."
In Striper Wars: An American Fish Story (Island Press, $26.95), Russell goes back to 1964, and little-noticed plans to build a Hudson River hydroelectric plant, which just coincidentally, would have decimated a huge striped bass hatchery.
Not coincidentally, it was possible to extract from this expansive checklist a partial who's who of Higgs's recent and not-so-recent allies: Paul Noble, Jeremy Deller, Scott King, Bob and Roberta Smith, and Inventory, to name but a few.
Philip Guston, the subject of a major retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art last year, lived on Siesta Key for a time in the 1960s; and coincidentally, the Met show was organized by Michael Auping, who was a curator at the Ringling Museum in the 1980s.
Agence France Presse reports that San Nicola's Father Giuseppe Franco was transferred to another parish in a nearby town where, coincidentally, the residents are also battling to bring back their former priest.
Lee Smith Publishers (coincidentally now owned by Oswald), she launched 34 new legal publications, played a key role in acquisitions, launched a telemarketing department, and eventually as president led strategic planning and business development for the Tennessee-based legal publisher.