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co·in·ci·den·tal

 (kō-ĭn′sĭ-dĕn′tl)
adj.
1. Occurring as or resulting from coincidence.
2. Happening or existing at the same time.

co·in′ci·den′tal·ly, co·in′ci·dent′ly adv.

coincidently

(kəʊˈɪnsɪdəntlɪ)
adv
in a coincident manner
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Adv.1.coincidently - happening at the same time
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I did not fully understand what she meant, nor am I sure that I do yet, for I have never been to that part of Pellucidar from which the Dead World is visible; but Perry says that it is the moon of Pellucidar--a tiny planet within a planet--and that it revolves around the earth's axis coincidently with the earth, and thus is always above the same spot within Pellucidar.
Coincidently Mohammed Naveed is from Fujairah and was happy to extend his support towards coaching the kids in the area.
Coincidently, three Asian sides (Bangladesh, India and Pakistan) had also reached the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales.
Saudi Arabia is seeking to take advantages of its great economic potentials, heavily investing them, with confidence as well as vigor, in order to diversify Saudi economy's make up, in the future, and to, coincidently, keep consolidating and constructing infrastructures, in all cities and suburban areas, in the Kingdom, he stated.
The tendering was launched coincidently when Chinese prime minister Mr Li Ko-chiang visited Budapest, who signed the deal to fund the rebuilding of Budapest - Kelebia line, as part of upgrading the Budapest Belgrade rail corridor.
Around 50,087 Canadian tourists visited Sri Lanka in 2016, which was coincidently the first time Sri Lanka participated in the International Tourism and Travel Show.
Coincidently, the government will announce a set of new projects in New Alamein City on a piece of land with 50,000 feddans (one feddan equals about 1.
Coincidently at this time he met North East artists complaining how hard it was to get their work into galleries.
Coincidently with government troops' operations in Mosul, army warplanes have been backing PMF operations against ISIL holdouts near the Syrian borders, most notably at the Qairawan and Ba'aj regions.
Coincidently, I had been working with Bruce in recent months as we finalised a paper he co-authored for publication in this issue of Teaching Science.
Edwards' management debut in the Welsh Premier will coincidently be against the man he marked on his debut for Swansea 25 years ago.
Just before we start, coincidently the phrase 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue' was the standard reply of those England players asked the question "What exactly was your role on the pitch?