nonsimultaneous

nonsimultaneous

(ˌnɒnsɪməlˈteɪnɪəs)
adj
not simultaneous
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The growth in total reconstructions over this time period was entirely due to nonsimultaneous reconstructions," the AHRQ investigators wrote.
1979), which first allowed nonsimultaneous exchanges.
2) This article demonstrates that the use of formal ADP contracts is likely inadvertent, and that these contracts are inadequate to tackle the complex, nonsimultaneous exchange of kidneys in which patients donate before their intended recipients have been matched with potential donors.
Interestingly, Haboush characterises the Choson epistolary space as "multidirectional, multilayered, crisscrossed, and temporally nonsimultaneous and nonhomogeneous" (p.
Modernism must thus be seen as uniquely corresponding to an uneven moment of social development, or to what Ernst Bloch called the "simultaneity of the nonsimultaneous," the "synchronicity of the nonsynchronous" (Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen): the coexistence of realities from radically different moments of history--handicrafts alongside the great cartels, peasant fields with the Krupp factories or the Ford plant in the distance (307).
Nonsimultaneous transfers add an extra level of complexity, as do multiperson exchanges in which A supplies a good to B, who supplies C, who supplies D, and so on until the last person supplies A.
Also, composition through a nonsimultaneous board can reduce learners' anxiety, developing more comfortable interactions than face-to-face writing (Mabrito, 2000).
The brain simultaneously activates nonsimultaneous happenings, producing a temporal blend essential to vital relations of insight, understanding, and new meaning.
32] proposed polynomial-time algorithms to schedule identical parallel machines with nonsimultaneous machine available time.
The year of HIV diagnosis among cases of AIDS diagnosed during the same calendar year in the reference group was used to adjust the number of nonsimultaneous HIV and AIDS diagnoses (among persons with disease never classified as AIDS, to maintain the actual number ever classified as AIDS) in the second group of HIV cases so that the proportional distribution of same-year HIV and AIDS diagnosis was the same in both groups.