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- adjective obsolete Temporarity.
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- adjective obsolete
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Not quite co-temporaneous, but I've always loved Wallingford Riegger.
Odometer Matthew Guerrieri 2008
In the other categories, there is the need for seizing the initiative and applying con-temporaneous force to achieve Shock and Awe.
Shock and Awe — Achieving Rapid Dominance James P. Wade
Must these written declarations be contemporaneous with the gift, or would declarations written subsequently temporaneous with the gift, or would subsequently suffice?
[Page 343] temporaneous one of the recognition of tactile stimuli in gradation, prepares for writing.
The Montessori Method Anne E. Montessori George 1912
The silence, therefore, of the Charlotte meetings, and the absence of co-temporaneous history, as to the Dutch Side, is nothing against it.
The voting management challenge (which is not co-temporaneous for all voters) breaks down logically into three major stages: before the vote, during the vote, and after the vote.
Page 316, Volume 2 temporaneous Dutch musician, Nicolaus Craen, “by
MUSICAL GENIUS EDWARD E. LOWINSKY 1968