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Correct spelling for CONNCURRENT

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  • Concurrent(Definition of concurrent)
  • I speak this from the general knowledge i have of the country, having taken every settler's and other muster there for a number of years, and from the concurrent opinions of several of the first and most independent farmers throughout the settlement; nor can any man who is acquainted with the exorbitant wages demanded by every class of labourers, who are not prisoners assigned by the crown to their employers, in that part of the world, and the great difficulties attending the various occupations he has to encounter before his grain can be brought to the market, judge otherwise.

  • Concurrently(Definition of concurrently)
  • Actually, the communist-dominated national liberation front had been the leading political power since 1944, after successfully conducting civil war operations against non-communist forces while concurrently fighting against italian and german armies of occupation.

  • Concurrence(Definition of concurrence)
  • By and by the duke of york is ready; and i did wait for an opportunity of speaking my mind to him about sir j. minnes, his being unable to do the king any service, which i think do become me to do in all respects, and have sir w. coventry's concurrence therein, which i therefore will seek a speedy opportunity to do, come what will come of it.

  • Congruent(Definition of congruent)
  • An emotional stimulus and a neutral stimulus appear side by side, after which a dot appears behind either the neutral stimulus (incongruent condition) or the affective stimulus (congruent condition).

  • Concurred
  • With regard to this last suggestion i heartily concurred; and my second cablegram to mr. bryan, filed while en route, embodied the thought, for which i now wish to give mr. john k. botts due credit as its creator.

  • Concurring
  • At the previous meeting she had detected no sign of this concurring sentiment.

  • Concurrency
  • In this isolation level, a lock-based concurrency control dbms implementation keeps write locks (acquired on selected data) until the end of the transaction, but read locks are released as soon as the select operation is performed (so the non-repeatable reads phenomenon can occur in this isolation level).

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