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Correct spelling for CUNCURRENT
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Possible correct spellings for cuncurrent
- Concurrent(Definition of concurrent)
- Concurrently(Definition of concurrently)
- Concurrence(Definition of concurrence)
- Congruent(Definition of congruent)
The silver operation was carried on concurrent with a supply of bullion to russia for a loan, a demand for silver in austria, and for shipment to india, and it did really produce an effect on the silver market, which many mistook for the influence of californian gold.
All these aims will have to be pursued concurrently, but on the whole their urgency seems to me to come in the above order.
Before augustine, all the greek and latin fathers of the church taught the concurrence of free will and grace in human conversion.
A convex polyhedron is a platonic solid if and only if all its faces are congruent convex regular polygons, none of its faces intersect except at their edges, and the same number of faces meet at each of its vertices.
Such was the comprehensive programme of the french institute; and many circumstances concurred at the time to impart a peculiar interest to the competition.
But while we rarely encounter two persons exactly concurring in an opinion of what is religion, we find all readily admitting that it essentially consists in just principles and correct conduct.
Concurrency theory has been an active field of research in theoretical computer science.