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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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Il s'agit de presenter les resultats des etudes du dossier de la hausse du prix du lait, tel que soumis par le gouvernement a l'appreciation du conseil, et de la plainte pour entente au sujet des ventes electroniques de la RAM" , a declare a la presse le president du Conseil de la concurrence, Abdelali Benamour, en marge de cette session.
Les regles du droit canadien ou europeen de la concurrence qui servent a controler les ententes, les abus de position dominante et les fusions, lorsque ceux-ci portent atteinte a la concurrence, se fondent sur une demarche en trois etapes, dont chacune fait l'objet d'une partie de l'ouvrage.
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.
Spitzer's concurrence supports the federal finding which originally concluded that the Tribe's proposed Monticello casino development would serve the best interests of the Tribe and not prove detrimental to the surrounding communities.
for finding in the Constitution a right to demand consideration of newly discovered evidence of innocence brought forward after conviction," said Scalia with Thomas' concurrence.
The analyses and conclusions set forth are those of the authors and do not necessarily indicate concurrence by the Board of Governors, by the Federal Reserve Banks, or by members of their staffs.
A press release from the Syracuse University College of Law (of which Crane is an alumnus) reveals that UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan appointed Crane to the position following "a long confirmation process that started last October when Secretary of State Colin Powell, with the concurrence of the White House, nominated Crane for the position.
What followed was friendly disagreement or just as likely concurrence among civilized spokesmen of disparate political persuasion.
By 1996, the National Defense Authorization Act required that similar support and assistance only could be attained for essential safety and security functions following a certification process requiring the concurrence of the U.
The government has recommendations for administering the vaccine in long-term care facilities; according to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), "Vaccination should be routinely provided to all residents of chronic-care facilities with the concurrence of attending physicians.