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coincidental

Referring to events that occur simultaneously, but which are regarded as causally unrelated.
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Top weight is Nurpur from David O'Meara's stable and another runner is Coincidently from Alan Bailey's Newmarket base.
| By Abbas Sdeh KUWAIT, April 10 (KUNA) -- There was a rush to buy cheaply-priced stocks in today's stock market trading which coincidently led to the market closing on a positive note.
COE will hold 10 more competitions in 10 countries throughout 2014, ending the year with its 100th competition in Brazil, coincidently, home of the first COE competition.
Coincidently, earlier in the day I read the council-funded newspaper Forward which painted a similar picture.
Coincidently, the period 2005-2015 is the International Decade for Action 'Water for life'.
Coincidently Soros policy has become American policy.
His role was crucial and a very good one and it is not coincidently Bulgaria is receiving such good marks for the fiscal stability.
The late minister died on Saturday the second of February which was coincidently his birthday.
Both companies coincidently made NT$0.48 per share in after-tax net income last quarter and felt that business would fail to materialize seasonal surge this quarter due to weak macro economy.
A Cartoon that Looks at Lebanese Civil War So last week, April 13th (Friday 13th coincidently) marked the 37th anniversary of the Lebanese Civil War.
Coincidently with the finalisation of the deal, Total bought 18.6m shares in SunPower for USD8.80 apiece.
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.