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Synonyms for coincide

occur simultaneously

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Synonyms for coincide

to occur at the same time

to come to an understanding or to terms

Synonyms for coincide

go with, fall together

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de ne pas doubler le montant des infractions routieres dont le dernier delai de paiement coincide avec la meme periode mentionnee ci-dessus.
Lo singular del hecho es que en la foto de abajo, el actual presidente Enrique Pena Nieto, al inaugurar el nuevo ciclo escolar 2016-2017, en la escuela primaria donde el estudio en Toluca, coincide con unas ninas, dentro de las que destaca una--angulo derecho inferior--con un parecido con la nina de la foto superior.
Stephen Muir, UK Trade & Investment International Trade Adviser who will lead the delegation, said: "The Middle East offers extensive opportunities in a wide of range sectors and this visit will also coincide with the Arab Healthcare Exhibition and Congress.
The geopolitical interests of major players coincide in the Caspian region, as there are rich oil and gas reserves and the need to minimize security risks is mutually recognized," Mikheyev said.
She said the authority was liaising with Dame Shirley and her management about potential dates for a celebratory visit in 2013 to coincide with her 60 years in the music industry.
And since this month's full moon coincides with the moon's perigee - its closest approach to Earth - it will also be the year's biggest.
Damascus, (SANA) -- Head of al-Baath Vanguards Organization Ezzat Arabi Katbi said on Saturday that the Organization intends to launch an anti-smoking campaign to coincide with the implementation of legislative decree number 62 on banning smoking in public places on April 21.
The collection was held to coincide with 40 visually impaired children, their families and five working guide dogs, attending the performance of Jack and the Beanstalk.
1 : to happen at the same time <The band's performance is scheduled to coincide with the fireworks.
The project has been organised by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) and is to coincide with National Sure Start Month.
To coincide with the effective date of the underlying check-processing changes, the amendments will become effective June 18, 2005.
Hills spokesman Rupert Adams said: ``If the strike goes ahead it will coincide with the IOC's evaluation commission visit and is bound to cast a shadow over their ability to host a trouble-free Games.
Anything in thought or action that doesn't coincide with official ideology is considered lacking legality, is discredited and criticized without regard to whatever truth or goodness it might possess," said the document, "The Social Presence of the Church.
Beginning with the May-June 2000 issue to coincide with the war's beginning, and continuing through this issue, Naval Aviation News has commemorated the war's 50th anniversary.
such as the Black Madonna in Harlem often coincide with the celebration of the Vodou spirits.