concurrence definition

  • noun:
    • contract in opinion.
    • Cooperation, at the time of agents, conditions, or activities.
    • multiple incident; coincidence.
    • Agreement; concurring.
    • a case of simultaneous occurrence.
    • The act of concurring; a meeting or coming together; union; conjunction; combination.
    • a gathering of minds; arrangement in viewpoint; union in design or act; -- implying joint approbation.
    • Contract or consent, implying aid or share of energy or influence; coöperation.
    • a typical right; coincidence of equal powers; as, a concurrence of jurisdiction in 2 different process of law.
    • The act of running or coming collectively; conference; combination; mix of reasons, circumstances, events, etc.; coincidence; union.
    • Joint approval or activity; conformity in opinion or procedure; acquiescence; contributory aid or influence.
    • A meeting or equivalency, since statements or power: a term implying a spot of equivalence between different people or systems: because, a concurrence of jurisdiction in 2 different courts.
    • Eccles., instant succession of two feasts or holy times, so your second vespers regarding the very first and very first vespers of the 2nd coincide in time, and cannot both be viewed.
    • In mathematics, the conference of outlines, areas, etc.
    • In mod. geom., the meeting-point or cointersection-point of three or more outlines.
    • In French legislation, equality of legal rights of a few functions in identical subject-matter or thing.
    • a situation of collaboration
    • contract of results or views
    • the temporal property of two things occurring on top of that
    • acting collectively, as representatives or conditions or occasions

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