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Synonyms for coincidently

happening at the same time

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I notice Reading had to cancel its meeting due to a frozen track, coincidently Reading is geographically about the same distance from London as is Sittingbourne.
Not coincidently, the UCLA women's soccer team is one game away from the College Cup (soccer's version of the Final Four) in what was supposed to be a rebuilding year.
Coincidently, a student of the Czech Military Academy, Jan Khyr, had recently developed a 3D model of a bridge in the Autodesk Inventor software program for a project -- so the preliminary design existed.
London, Jan 22 (ANI): Viagra was actually designed to treat angina, a heart condition, but the drug coincidently showed promise in treating impotency, say experts.
Nominated for two Grammy awards in 2007, including "Best R&B Album" and "Best Male R&B Song", Coming Home represents Richie's return to his R&B roots and coincidently serves as the theme of the 2007 Essence Music Festival in honor of the homecoming of the "biggest party of the year" to New Orleans.
Coincidently, the prediction comes as NBC is promoting ``10.
Established in 1983 when it was won by Glatton Grange at Harringay - trained by Ken Linzell, but coincidently owned and bred by one of tonight's hopeful trainers, Dilys Steels (Toms Star) - the Produce Stakes has blossomed since moving first to Wembley and now Hall Green.
Coincidently, the grand opening of the very first 99 Cents Only Stores coincided with the start of the Bull Market
Coincidently, President Asif Ali Zardari has released Aziz on bail simultaneously with the approval of the Swat deal despite the fact that he was facing 26 different cases.
Coincidently, the three have received very few votes from betting fans.
Perhaps not coincidently, the level of Cammalleri's play has risen since Murray put him alongside veteran winger Luc Robitaille.
Not coincidently, this increased level of advisor support also helps financial institutions to increase brand loyalty and attract new financial advisors.
Coincidently, the study revealed many who needed financing from banks were unsuccessful, yet entrepreneurs ranked banks as their top resource for advice and assistance raising capital.
Coincidently, Viola was a visiting scholar at the Getty Research Institute at the time and had been focusing on devotional works.
Coincidently, production is scheduled for the fall of 2002, the same time industry analyst expect to see an upturn in demand for silicon wafers.