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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun concurrence:
Definition of the noun concurrence
What does concurrence mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: concurrences
- agreement of results or opinions
- acting together, as agents or circumstances or events
- a state of cooperation
- the temporal property of two things happening at the same time
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of concurrence: co-occurrence / coincidence / conjunction
- more generic words: simultaneity / simultaneousness = happening or existing or done at the same time
- more specific words:
Alternative definition of the noun concurrence
- Agreement; concurring.
- An instance of simultaneous occurrence.
- Concurrence: In Western jurisprudence, concurrence is the apparent need to prove the simultaneous occurrence of both actus reus and mens rea, to constitute a crime; except in crimes of strict liability. In theory, if the actus reus does not hold concurrence in point of time with the mens rea then no crime has been committed.
- Concurrence: In quantum information science, the concurrence is a state invariant involving qubits.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for concurrence
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A Comprehensive Treatment by Michael C. Newman, William H. Clements
Such a system should be resistant to processes such as satisficing or groupthink (a suboptimal process prevalent in homophilic group decision making in which group concurrence is the objective, not the best decision Box 36.1) (Janis and ...
Policy Lessons For A New Century by Steven Lewis Yaffee
Concurrence means developing understanding, support, and ownership in certain directions. It represents a two-way street, where policymakers must understand and 330 POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR THE 1990S AND BEYOND.
by Alvin Plantinga
One possibility is that conservation is a matter of sustaining a substance in existence, while concurrence is a matter ofconserving a particular causal powerin the conserved substance.Another possibility, one that no doubt was not foremost in ...
Quantum Computing (2008)
A Short Course from Theory to Experiment by Joachim Stolze, Dieter Suter
The degree of entanglement between system A and environment B is given by the concurrence (4.52). A short calculation leads to the compact result (7 : lad ~ bc|2| sinwtl. (7-9) The concurrence is a periodic function of time, as it should be for ...
Casenote Legal Briefs (2007)
by Casenotes, Casenote Legal Briefs
Justice Jackson's concurrence is the most oft-quoted portion of the opinion. The concept of presidential power encompassing a spectrum from congressional authorization to congressional opposition was most clearly articulated there.
by Karl H. Potter
Concurrence (sambhava) is knowledge of a part derived from knowledge of the whole; but this is merely a kind of inference (e.g., "since there are a thousand people in the room, there are a hundred people there" ) . Tradition is verbal ...
by Henry Campbell Black
A CONCURRENCE. In French law. The possession, by two or more persons, of equal rights ...
by Noah Webster
Tarquin theProud was expelled by the universal concurrence of nobles and people. Swift. 3.Agreement orconsent, implying aid orcontribution of power or influence; coöperation. Wecollect the greatnessof the work,and the necessity ofthedivine ...
A Dictionary of the Church (1839)
Containing an Exposition of Terms, Phrases and Subjects Connected with the External Order, Sacraments, Worship and Usages of the Protestant Episcopal Church, with an Especial Reference to the Church in the United States by William Staunton
CONCURRENCE OF HOLY DAYS. 153 festival or fast. It is evident that a choice must be made, as both services entire cannot be used ; and the making of this choice constitutes the difficulty. The Church itself has here given no decision, either ...
by Bryan A. Garner
that is, to express one's concurrence in a separate opinion. E.g.: • “Two of the judges specially concur upon the ground that the starting of the car . . . was not improper. ” Ranous ...
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The reason of the close concurrence between the individual's progress and that of the race appears, therefore, when we remember the dependence of each upon the other. (James M. Baldwin)
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Scrabble value of C3O1N1C3U1R1R1E1N1C3E1
The value of this 11-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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