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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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15, 2013, the Abe administration adopted by cabinet decision and submitted to the Diet, currently in an extraordinary session, the Act on the Program for the Reform of the Social Security System, which presents the overall picture and process of the reform of the social security system in concomitance with the consumption tax hike, based on the report.
Knight goes on to provide ample and varied examples to illustrate the many ways in which this concomitance was explored in both directions, with authors acting as compilers or curators, and editors or collectors taking on different authorial roles.
High blood pressure has been found to be associated with many chronic conditions such as insulin resistance, obesity, concomitance, atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases.
They are also asking whether or not the concomitance of the distraction and exhaustion courses is a mere coincidence, along with America's distraction of Israel from Syria and the Iranian nuclear file through the silent and failed negotiations with the Palestinians, and the exhaustion of the fighters in Syria, carried out by Moscow, Tehran and Damascus.
NNA - Concomitance and concurrence are the sole solution to Lebanon's crisis, said caretaker Minister of Health, Ali Hassan Khalil, as he represented Speaker Nabih Berri during a high school graduation ceremony in Nabatiyeh Sunday.
La presence d'une telle concomitance peut entrainer un developpement plus critique de la depression et de l'anxiete et les symptomes sont plus severes et aussi plus persistants que ceux engendres par la depression seule (Andover, Izzo et Kelly et al.
Schmidt-Tiedemann (1982) concomitance model divides innovation into three spheres: exploration, innovation and diffusion.
Toute forme de contact par Internet ou telephonie portable a ete coupee dans les regions d'Al-Ariche, d'al-Cheikh Zouwayid et du centre du Sinai vers 4h00, et ce en concomitance avec l'offensive menee par les Forces armees contre les groupes de terroristes armes dans la region.
Al-Razi seeks to satisfy both opponents and proponents of the view that God's law is causally determined: by "understanding the relationship between ratio legis and ruling as one of concomitance [he] renders the term cause ('illa) innocuous"; al-Razi thus protects divine omnipotence while "providing jurists with means to extend the law by means of rationes legis" (p.
In chapter 3, "Holy Pieces," the author demonstrates how the widely accepted theory of concomitance, which saw the whole in fragments of the holy, relates to the cult of relics as well as to the particular late-medieval devotion to the five wounds of Christ.
Chapter 3, "Holy Pieces," is the most perfunctory of the chapters, focusing on the notion of concomitance and its practical manifestations, whereby fragments of holy bodies or holy objects are at the same time parts and the entirety of the body or object.