there are three concurrent art fairs around the city
existing, happening, or done at the same time.
translation of 'concurrent'
A variation in conviction and sentence by the Court of Appeal in March 2002 replaced life imprisonment and a ten year 'concurrent' sentence.
The judge sentenced Lin to 'concurrent' terms of 11 years in prison for the child's death and six years for the mistress' death.
But since Craft's sentence is 'concurrent' , he is still convicted for twenty years as long as even one ‘exploitation’ count remains.
For failing to appear at the previous hearing she will serve another 'concurrent' sentence of two weeks.
These reciprocal figures, for example, have three forces in equilibrium in one figure represented by a triangle while in the reciprocal figure they are represented by three 'concurrent' lines.
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.
Therefore, countermeasures (equipment and tactics) should be developed 'concurrent' with the development of non-lethal weapons.
Observations may also indicate evolving issues that are 'concurrent' with an existing issue, or a completely new issue.
He was sentenced at Preston Crown Court to serve fifteen 'concurrent' life sentences.
For example, besides the physiological detriments, cigarette use often precedes marijuana and alcohol use and is 'concurrent' with other risk behaviors such as fighting.
For these second indictment charges Tann was jailed for 12 months for each count, 'concurrent' with the 15 years.
In March he was sentenced on both counts to 'concurrent' terms of life imprisonment.
They heard the two men given 'concurrent' sentences ranging from nine to fifteen years for the other offences.
No symptom is listed unless it began with fungal exposure, was 'concurrent' with positive nasal and environmental fungal cultures, and resolved with fungal removal.
They do not believe Lessig will profit by offering a free download 'concurrent' with hardback sales.
Subsequently, following his arrest a year later, he was sentenced to a 'concurrent' term of 12 months for breach of bail.
Also 'concurrent' with developments, the Iraqi people's attacks on the U.S. and British occupying forces have increased too.
He received 'concurrent' sentences for the other offences.
The model in Fig.9 explains all the observed features of hyperfluorescence when it is 'concurrent' with two-state behavior by other spectroscopic techniques.
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.
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.
In a triangle, four basic types of 'concurrent' lines are altitudes, angle bisectors, medians, and perpendicular bisectors:
These arcades were later filled with canvases that fitted neatly into the frame of each arch, conveying the effect of a 'concurrent' and symmetrical series of painted niches.
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’.
Jack was inventing Pop art, 'concurrent' with Lichtenstein and other people.
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.
A 'concurrent' sentence of 12 months imprisonment for the possession of methadone did not form the subject of any appeal, and was left unaltered.
All terms were 'concurrent' thus totaling 12 years.
‘Spookily the title ended up being 'concurrent' with events that have been happening,’ says Heather.
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