coinstantaneous

coinstantaneous

(ˌkəʊɪnstənˈteɪnɪəs)
adj
taking place at exactly the same moment
References in classic literature ?
In the case of the prawn-like crabs, their movements were as coinstantaneous as in a regiment of soldiers; but this cannot happen from anything like voluntary action with the ovules, or the confervae, nor is it probable among the infusoria.
In the SECOND model the flow manages to rejoin the walls and denseness of outflow remain coinstantaneous. An advanced cavitation model for calculating the flow in a nozzle can provide a quantitative differential indicator of cavitation wear of the washed walls.
One of the well-discussed pure arbitrage examples is "covered interest arbitrage" (e.g., Madura, 2007), which involves coinstantaneous transactions across the domestic and foreign spot currency markets, the domestic and foreign forward/futures currency markets, in addition to the domestic and foreign credit markets.