In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in time)(event/celebrations) concurrente formal(event/celebrations) simultáneo
- They heard the two men given concurrent sentences ranging from nine to fifteen years for the other offences.
- Observations may also indicate evolving issues that are concurrent with an existing issue, or a completely new issue.
- Therefore, countermeasures (equipment and tactics) should be developed concurrent with the development of non-lethal weapons.
- All terms were concurrent thus totaling 12 years.
- For failing to appear at the previous hearing she will serve another concurrent sentence of two weeks.
- In March he was sentenced on both counts to concurrent terms of life imprisonment.
- The judge sentenced Lin to concurrent terms of 11 years in prison for the child's death and six years for the mistress' death.
- An important way to ensure the defeat of al Qaeda is through applying pressure for change in the existing regimes' behaviors concurrent with supportive interaction with them.
- They do not believe Lessig will profit by offering a free download concurrent with hardback sales.
- To what degree did Poussin's interest in the modes, apparently concurrent with his initial interest in healing images, partake of the wide fascination with occult powers?
- He received concurrent sentences for the other offences.
- ‘Spookily the title ended up being concurrent with events that have been happening,’ says Heather.
- It is not mentioned anywhere whether he will continue his business interests concurrent with the responsibilities of Mayor.
- The appellant was sentenced to a concurrent term of 5 years for the lesser offence of simple wounding.
- Peakman was sentenced to concurrent terms of six months for the previous offence of driving while disqualified and three months for the assault, which happened on June 30.
- For these second indictment charges Tann was jailed for 12 months for each count, concurrent with the 15 years.
- Burton was also sentenced to 18 months for a separate offence of unlawfully taking a car, and one month for driving while disqualified, to be concurrent with the major penalty.
- The model in Fig.9 explains all the observed features of hyperfluorescence when it is concurrent with two-state behavior by other spectroscopic techniques.
- No symptom is listed unless it began with fungal exposure, was concurrent with positive nasal and environmental fungal cultures, and resolved with fungal removal.
- This year in spoken word was about reaching out to scenes beyond Montreal, concurrent with the growth and strengthening of our own scene.
- It is to be served concurrent to the sentence for manslaughter, in light of the continuity between the offences, and having regard to the totality principle.
- He was sentenced at Preston Crown Court to serve fifteen concurrent life sentences.
- Subsequently, following his arrest a year later, he was sentenced to a concurrent term of 12 months for breach of bail.
- But since Craft's sentence is concurrent, he is still convicted for twenty years as long as even one ‘exploitation’ count remains.
- Also concurrent with developments, the Iraqi people's attacks on the U.S. and British occupying forces have increased too.
- In Arizona, the jaguar's gradual decline was concurrent with predator control associated with the settlement of land and the development of cattle industry.
- He was fined a total of £140 with £60 costs and banned from driving for six months to run concurrent with the existing ban.
- The rise of anthropology concurrent with Darwin's work on evolution mid-century and the Oxbridge university reform commissions decisively altered British activity.
- Jack was inventing Pop art, concurrent with Lichtenstein and other people.
- For example, besides the physiological detriments, cigarette use often precedes marijuana and alcohol use and is concurrent with other risk behaviors such as fighting.
- The gallery will present a Robert Indiana exhibition concurrent with The Art Show 2003.
- The applicant is serving three concurrent terms of imprisonment.
- In fact, it was being installed to run concurrent with the interconnection equipment which should be in place by the same date, said Agard.
- A concurrent sentence of 12 months imprisonment for the possession of methadone did not form the subject of any appeal, and was left unaltered.
- The bill also brings cumulative sentences, instead of concurrent sentences.
- The conviction also bans Sharif from political activity until 2021-a moot point, given that he is serving two concurrent life sentences on charges of hijacking and terrorism.
- Domestic violence is often concurrent with child abuse, because violent men hit both wives and kids.
- The tough New Hampshire landscape produces men who aspire to a model of masculinity predicated on violence, and here it is concurrent with an American history which goes back to ‘Gun Smoke’.
- On each of the murder counts, he was sentenced to concurrent terms of life imprisonment.
- A variation in conviction and sentence by the Court of Appeal in March 2002 replaced life imprisonment and a ten year concurrent sentence.
2(in agreement)(statements/opinions/conclusions) coincidente(conclusions/opinions/statements) que coinciden
- The leadership style of your management must be concurrent with your mission statement and core values to run the business with one vision.
- This cost me some time in extra rest for the dogs, but it was concurrent with my race plan of coming into Dawson with a large well rested team.
- Beyrle's stance is concurrent with EU recommendations for stronger measures against piracy.
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