Difference between revisions of "Concurrent (glossary)"

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<blockquote>''(1) Happening at the same time as something else; operating or acting in conjunction with another'' (Citation)</blockquote>
  
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<blockquote>''(2) Meeting or tending to meet at the same point; being in accordance; harmonious.'' (Citation)</blockquote>
  
 
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(1) & (2) Oxford English Dictionary
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===Discussion===
 
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Revision as of 15:17, 20 August 2011

(1) Happening at the same time as something else; operating or acting in conjunction with another (Citation)

(2) Meeting or tending to meet at the same point; being in accordance; harmonious. (Citation)

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(1) & (2) Oxford English Dictionary


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