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coincidental

Referring to events that occur simultaneously, but which are regarded as causally unrelated.
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Coincidently, that last success was against Macc and Daish has reacted by making four signings.
Coincidently with the finalisation of the deal, Total bought 18.
One of five conferences held coincidently as part of Chicago's Cyber-Physical Systems Week, the highly selective forum heard 29 original papers on real-time communication, scheduling, formal techniques and modeling, hardware-software co-design and integration, operating systems, timing analysis and compilers, multiprocessors, design for predictability, and wireless sensor networks.
Coincidently, the same steps people should take in preparation for an invasion of the undead are similarto those suggested in advance of a hurricane or pandemic.
Professor Paul Collier, the Oxford development economist (whose book Catching Up: What LDCs can do and how others can help was coincidently reviewed by African Business in the April issue of the magazine) has been working for many years on the central issues surrounding resources.
Yusuf Ghazi ,adding that the two Halls of Archeological Parade in Khartoum and Warsaw were established coincidently in July 1972In the same context, the Polish Expert and the Member of the Team of( FARAS fossils) Boghdan Zerwisky said the work also included photographing the discovered archaeologies and the archeological areas where the Mission has been working, pointing out to the archeological areas as a center of archeological works in (Al-Zooma) area.
While Galaxy is focused on mining and processing of lithium ore at Mt Cattlin, tantalum ore is coincidently mined during that process.
Well, coincidently at the same event two years ago, Tim How, the founder of Majestic Wine (another favourite of Mary's), gave a similar keynote speech.
Coincidently, Bombay is again hosting the next big fashion event, the HDIL India Couture Week.
Coincidently, the most important achievement is to add this project to the agenda of the National Committee for Civil Defense making it an integral part of the agenda as the project was adopted by the medical subcommittee.
A pacesetter in the field, Duane Reade (which not coincidently was acquired by Walgreens in April), has given food and beverages a very prominent place in its new and remodeled stores in the greater New York area.
A word of thanks is extended to Andrew Finlayson, a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University, whose own thinking about this topic coincidently arrived one day in my e-mail just as we were starting this project.