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    1. However, you should remember that some webservers may start dropping/delaying connections if they see over 10 concurrent connections from the same client IP address

    2. Since our prescriptive freedoms oftentimes support, within the boundaries of ―reasonable‖ limits(s), an individual‘s right to choose his or her own poison, why shouldn‘t government have it both ways by advancing concurrent strategies that seek to raise revenue through sin taxes for purposes of promoting ―health‖? Perhaps even more troubling is the recent outbreak of class action suits by enterprising litigants who, properly informed of the potential risks associated with cigarette smoking, beforehand, are presently seeking financial restitution against tobacco companies compensating them for smoking related diseases brought about by their own pre-determined actions

    3. Thus the morphological argument, as Berlinski uses Alfred Wallace’s “objection to his own thesis concerning evolution, the differences that troubled him,” In an attempt to leave the impression; “that there was confusion within the scientific community regarding the reliability of this [very beginning] understanding, of the premise underlying the almost concurrent theory of evolution as propounded by Darwin

    4. And the science of climatology seems to offer confirmation with a concurrent change toward much more rapidly colder conditions

    5. Also at about that time, Homo habilis appeared on the scene concurrent with the Australopithecus Africanus’ “area 10” gift, where its probable progression in Homo habilis seemed to “promote the earliest signs of primitive tool making

    6. Their message also seems to have evolved from that crack of doom that came to Man as he stood perched on that anciently “sharp edge of extinction;” to the more morally oriented message of correct behavior that came concurrent with Man’s increased civility that allowed his civilizations to emerge and advance; to the words of encouragement for those who couldn’t understand the injustice of the ever more complicated rulership of our latter-day past

    7. A new reading of the time line of history would make the explosion of Thera and the Exodus, as described in the Hebrew Torah and the Christian Old Testament, concurrent events, justifying a new, realistic, first-person narrative of the Exodus

    8. As a consequence of the concurrent struggle in Rome for supremacy, Palestine was a battleground for some of the contending forces in Rome itself

    9. 21, 2003, House Concurrent Resolution #356 passed the House by vote of 382–0

    10. that govern this bullet, I choose not to allow the concurrent result to effect me

    11. Whatever the excuse, or excuses, the concurrent success of

    12. It would be nice if doctors would just rethink treatment sequences for the symptoms they find in order to follow good economy for the patient, concurrent with good quality of service

    13. “The best solution in my mind is a relatively quick military victory over the Vietminh, concurrent with the building up of a credible and strong local Vietnamese government that would enjoy true popular support

    14. With an increase in bankruptcy costs comes a concurrent rise in the cost of capital

    15. The movement in stock price is almost always concurrent with the change in the capital

    16. rather than potential capital utilization; it is a concurrent indicator, and not a leading one, and will not forecast trends over the course of the business cycle

    17. concurrent gauge of stock performance, why is it important to know what it is after the

    18. concurrent with stock prices, except that it is negatively, not positively correlated

    19. Since the deal was paid for in stock and not debt, there were no concurrent

    20. These shifts will cause concurrent changes in

    21. also ten kings (concurrent with the Antichrist in the last kingdom), but it also makes it much easier to understand the transition from Revelation chapter 17 to chapter 18

    22. Since it is a concurrent indicator of stock

    23. capital, but remains a concurrent indicator; and does not portend a change in the

    24. Although EVA increases are concurrent with stock price appreciation, there is

    25. concurrent growth rate and compare it with analysts’ estimates

    26. Although EVA is mostly an indicator that is concurrent with stock prices, an EVA

    27. concurrent with the movement and is impossible to obtain - a priori

    28. higher stochastic? The answer has to do with two concepts: concurrent performance and

    29. concurrent or mutually opposing action of these two instincts

    30. Niacin supplemented at 100-1,000 mg without concurrent supplementation of folic acid and VitaminB12, can result in an elevation of homocysteine (17%), which may increase risk of heart disease

    31. Since it's transiting Pluto, it tends to extremes: thus transiting Pluto conjunct Neptune is either extremely joyous and fulfilling (the usual case, since the planets are natally sextile); or else it's an extreme bummer (if concurrent transit and progressions are unfavorable); but it's rarely in-between

    32. Such charades are devoid of essence and proper function and are replete and concurrent with a personality cult or the adoration of the party in power

    33. This concurrent testing could determine if any additional

    34. Thermodynamics, to be covered later, and concurrent bisexual evolution,

    35. Add a concurrent task

    36. To improve the ability to stand and perform a concurrent upper limb task

    37. Stand without performing the concurrent activity

    38. concurrent solidification taking place across the length of the rod

    39. because the path available closes because of concurrent solidification taking

    40. when EUTECTIC reaction starts, there is CONCURRENT precipitation of

    41. His people had found the mess of mysterious records from Friday to Monday - very late Monday, and all they could tell was that it started concurrent with the Accounts Payable run

    42. It is the spiritual renewal of God's holy image, and with it the concurrent bestowment of that literal eternal life in body and soul which was annexed to the right to the Tree of Life in Paradise, and which was forfeited by sin

    43. Although it is probable that the sect of the Pharisees held a philosophical belief in the immortality of souls, it is almost equally probable that this belief was deeply infected with Persian dualism, and was accompanied by a concurrent belief in the pre-existence of souls

    44. The Congress and the several States shall have concurrent power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation

    45. The trajectories of their, first sequent, then simultaneous, urinations were dissimilar: Bloom's longer, less irruent, in the incomplete form of the bifurcated penultimate alphabetical letter, who in his ultimate year at High School (1880) had been capable of attaining the point of greatest altitude against the whole concurrent strength of the institution, 210 scholars: Stephen's higher, more sibilant, who in the ultimate hours of the previous day had augmented by diuretic consumption an insistent vesical pressure

    46. In what ultimate ambition had all concurrent and consecutive ambitions now

    47. It felt odd speaking to him while having concurrent conversations with Will in my head, a strange infidelity

    48. With myriad waves concurrent shall respond

    49. When you connect to a hugely popular Internet web site, you can be sure that all of its thousands of concurrent users are not being served by a single computer

    50. istration without concurrent presentation of the CS as compared to self-administra-

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    co-occurrent coincident coincidental coinciding concurrent cooccurring simultaneous