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lying in the same plane and not intersecting

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giving or able to give help or support

in a position of subordination

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a security pledged for the repayment of a loan

descended from a common ancestor but through different lines

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accompany, concomitant

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situated or running side by side

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99) Servicemembers could also choose to obey an order, but also collaterally attack it.
7, the director narrated a dual-storyline narrative, and the two storylines were described collaterally in the narrative.
The study indicates that cyber warfare is ambiguous, and that it is rarely clear what attacks can damage deliberately or collaterally, or even determine afterward what damage was done.
There is compelling evidence that these strategies can have a positive effect on child behavior and skill acquisition, contribute to enhancing the relationship between the child and the teacher, and collaterally may impact the teacher's sense of self-efficacy.
Indeed, Canadian Parliament is clearly within its copyright power to collaterally regulate the proprietary interests in copyright through search, seizure and injunction orders, but Parliament's right to regulate property or conduct that is not infringing copyright (as with DRM measures) is not constitutionally clear.
A void order may be attacked at any time and in any court--either directly or collaterally," said an October 2008 court brief.
The liberation of France, while not as collaterally damaging as the liberation of Iraq, was all the same very tiresome for the French civilians unlucky enough to get in the way: roughly 20,000 died following the Normandy landings.
Behavioral styles in infancy and adulthood: The work of Karen Horney and attachment theorists collaterally considered.
In such a way both sides can reach some beneficial and effective objective collaterally, he added.
These values returned collaterally to their respective resting level after the exercise.
Champagne's vision, the answers obtained in the opinion investigations have not a peculiar scientific signification and describe rather the unusual relationship established by an investigation and collaterally the political logics than what the investigated individuals do really think.
Thus, The Watson Institute's James Der Derian naturally describes the NSS, in his comprehensive assessment of the document, as "not grand but grandiose strategy," where, "In pursuit of an impossible state of national security against terrorist evil, soldiers will need to be sacrificed, civil liberties curtailed, civilians collaterally damaged" (20).
Thompson's thinking is so mundane that he chooses to take on the Eugene Celebration and collaterally the Oregon Country Fair in an attempt to prove his and his family's moral superiority to all who think differently or simply look like they do.