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concurrent

 [kon-ker´ent]
happening at the same time; simultaneous.

concurrent

adjective Occurring at the same time.

concurrent

simultaneous as in disease, infection, infestation.
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This problematic interpretation opens the floodgates to more executive agreement post-VFA mostly negotiated in secret, that will result in more foreign troops and more bases, without any Senate concurrence and oversight," he pointed out.
Antonio Nucifora, economiste en chef de la region Moyen-Orient et Afrique du Nord a la Banque mondiale et son equipe ont affirme que Tunisie n'a pas encore demantele le dispositif reglementaire fondateur de l'economie dysfonctionnelle de l'ere Ben Ali, notant que les regles et les restrictions commerciales etouffant la concurrence demeure en place.
Le dossier de la hausse du prix du lait et les prestations electroniques de la RAM au menu de la 27eme session du conseil de la concurrence
L'auteur insiste en effet sur la complementarite essentielle du droit et de la science economique dans le domaine de la concurrence, et il cherche a preciser le role qui revient a chacun.
The acquisition does not raise any competition problems in the animal nutrition segment, however, in the poultry area, it will significantly strengthen LDC's presence in several stages of poultry and poultry product production and sales", stated l'Autorite de la concurrence.
We have suffered a lot from such remarks that could damage the concurrence," he said.
The concurrence of the two states would still be needed.
This paper interprets Descartes's use of the Scholastic doctrine of divine concurrence in light of contemporaneous sources, and argues against two prevailing occasionalist interpretations.
These distinct spaces function as metaphors for the symbolic realms with which the work is concerned, the social and the private, and their juxtaposition corresponds to the concurrence of cultured and bestial aspects within any human being.
The moratorium for veterans home construction funding in 2006 has been passed by the House of Representatives and is awaiting Senate concurrence, state officials said.
The Competition Council or Conseil de la concurrence is an independent authority while the Inspection de la concurrence is part of the Economy and Trade Ministry.
I asked them to express concurrence with John Kennedy's statements that he would not allow his religious beliefs to unduly influence his decisions as president.