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Synonyms for coincide

occur simultaneously


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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The Embassy's celebration also coincides with the 42nd anniversary of Bahrain's accession to the United Nations as a full member, and the 14th anniversary of HM the Kings' Accession to the Throne.
28, the full moon will coincide with apogee, the moon's farthest approach, offering a especially small and dim full moon.
AN ARCHITECT from Birmingham has signed up for the annual 1500km charity bike ride "Cycle to Cannes" that coincides with the MIPIM property conference taking place next month.
The visit coincides with the last days of US forces withdrawal from Iraq by the end of this month.
A super moon is a full or new moon that coincides with a close approach by the moon to the earth.
Summary: Riyadh, Dhu Al-Qa&'dah 22, 1431, Oct 30, 2010, SPA -- The Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry will celebrate here on Sunday the establishment of Saudi-Chinese Business Council which coincides with a visit of a Chinese delegation comprised of about 100 personalities, including.
This year's show will be extra special as it coincides with the hall's 150th anniversary and also the opening of its new porch.
The Harvest Moon, pictured above Worcester Cathedral, is so called as it coincides with the time when farmers are working around the clock to harvest crops.
It also coincides with soccer's World Cup and the Queen's 80th birthday.
The demo coincides with a four-day visit by International Olympic Committee inspectors and the potential embarrassment has encouraged Hills to lengthen their quote on the French capital from 2-7 to 4-11.
The rise of iSCSI and IP storage coincides with the declining popularity of parallel interfaces, with their inherent physical limitations, and the increasing popularity of Serial ATA (SATA) and other inexpensive serial interfaces (disk drive vendors, in fact, are now delivering enterprise-level devices with SATA interfaces that provide 10,000 RPM, 1.
The above NYT statistics demonstrate that the incidence of abuse coincides with other factors, of which the survey mentions only two.
The move coincides with the arrival of Tropicana and St Ivel into the 11.