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concurrence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcurrencecon‧cur‧rence /kənˈkʌrəns $ -ˈkɜːr-/ noun formal 🔊 🔊 1 [countable]TIME/AT THE SAME TIME an example of events, actions etc happening at the same timeconcurrence of 🔊 a strange concurrence of events2 [uncountable]AGREE agreementconcurrence with 🔊 Jules expressed his concurrence with the suggestion.
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concurrenceHouse passage is expected this year, and Senate concurrence early next year.Alternatively, the doctor may seek the concurrence of a relative who is neither a parent nor a guardian.The renewal fee is set by the Council with the concurrence of the Master of the Rolls.The concurrence of the backup care-giver, should the chosen one not be available, is also vital.The concurrence of threatening life events and psychosocial distress may partly explain these phenomena.In 79% of the biopsy specimens there was concurrence over the grading of the extent of gastric metaplasia.The first of these is a fairly widespread concurrence about the demise of the traditional village community.concurrence ofa strange concurrence of eventsAny final decision must have the concurrence of the White House.
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