coincide with (something)

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coincide with (something)

1. To happen at the same time as something else. Election day is going to coincide with the festival, so they are expecting a low turnout.
2. To match or be identical to something. My personality just coincides with his—that's why we get along so well.
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coincide with something

to agree with or match something; [for something] to happen at the same time as something else. This pattern coincides with the pattern we see in the carpet. My birthday sometimes coincides with Thanksgiving Day.
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References in classic literature ?
The popular system of administration inherent in the nature of popular government, coinciding with the real scarcity of money incident to a languid and mutilated state of trade, has hitherto defeated every experiment for extensive collections, and has at length taught the different legislatures the folly of attempting them.
It was special because by coinciding with the harvest moon, the contrast between a light and a dark moon should be more obvious.
21 (Petra)--Israeli occupation forces tightened their security measures in occupied Jerusalem coinciding with the 47th anniversary of the burning of Al Aqsa Mosque.
KUWAIT, June 5 (KUNA) -- The 17th day of the Holy Month of Ramadan, coinciding with June 22nd, is the longest day of the year with 14 hours and two minutes of daytime, Kuwait Civil Aviation meteorologist Essa Ramadan said on Sunday.
Tikrit / NINA / A security source said that 5 tank bombs, driven by suicide bombers, exploded at checkpoints for security forces west of Samarra, coinciding with the fall of mortar shells on the city.
Jerusalem: Israel will announce plans for new settlement construction next week, coinciding with the release of a third batch of Palestinian prisoners as part of peace talks, an official said on Thursday.
According to meteorologist Joe Rao, besides moon's perigee coinciding with full moon this month, this perigee will be the nearest to Earth of any this year, as the distance of the moon's close approach differs by about 3 percent.
Possibly his mistakes were coinciding with the period of time United didn't look as if they were David De realistic title challengers, but what has happened is his good form has coincided with theirs.
Marcus Wilkins, a director at Aedas, started training for the annual trek, coinciding with the event between March 6 and 9, at Christmas.
The ambush was carried out in Neid al-Barid area in Manbah district coinciding with many.
The moon reached its perigee, or closest point, on Saturday, coinciding with the Harvest Moon, the first full moon after the vernal equinox which comes on or around September 22.
The best-known example is the Maunder Minimum (1645-1715), a solar event that is coinciding with one of the coldest phases of the Little Ice Age.
This celebration of all things Gallic in a city where two years ago Congress banned the phrase "French fries" from its cafeteria menus might raise a few eyebrows--especially as it's coinciding with a sudden White House rush toward rapprochement with France, in part to solidify support for U.
Less obviously inscribed into the guiding theme of the eighth Havana biennial were several strong, young Cuban artists who are poised to achieve the international exposure of artists such as Kcho, Carlos Garaicoa, Tania Bruguera, and Los Carpinteros, each of whom had major exhibitions in Havana coinciding with the biennial.
First, the NYT sees it as coinciding with the relaxation of priestly discipline which began in the early 1960's, supported--so it was claimed--by the new spirit of Vatican II: get off your pedestal; wear sports clothes; be one with the laity; leave your collar at home.