coincide


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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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DBS managing director Henry Beeby said: "DBS are delighted to reschedule the world's premier National Hunt breeze-up sales to coincide with the prestigious Hennessy meeting at Newbury.
To coincide with the study, more schools are being urged to sign up to Bikeability, the Government-backed cycle training scheme.
The launch has been timed to coincide with the Internet Watch Foundation Awareness Day, which will promote the organisation's on-line hotline, on which people can report and get any potentially illegal on-line content involving children removed.
Clinton's puzzle will coincide with the revamp of the paper's games and puzzles section, according to the Ad Age article.
"The campaign is taking place throughout June to coincide with National Sure Start Month, which is a national event to celebrate families and children and showcases family services." The MLA will publish the results of the Families Love Libraries campaign in October, as part of Family Learning Week.
The onset of symptoms appears to coincide with the resolution of fever and the nadir of thrombocytopenia.
"Anything in thought or action that doesn't coincide with official ideology is considered lacking legality, is discredited and criticized without regard to whatever truth or goodness it might possess," said the document, "The Social Presence of the Church." The letter, signed by the island's 13 bishops, was made public Sept.
Beginning with the May-June 2000 issue to coincide with the war's beginning, and continuing through this issue, Naval Aviation News has commemorated the war's 50th anniversary.
TORIES yesterday accused the Fire Brigades Union of being "Saddam's friends" who had timed their next strike to coincide with possible military action against Iraq.
ISLAMIC terrorists plan an attack on a US nuclear power plant to coincide with the July 4 Independence Day celebrations, it was reported today.
Personnel planners try to schedule change-of-station moves to coincide with the summer months in order to lessen the impact on military families.
Humans United in Giving International then distributed these goods to four Romanian orphanages to coincide with their program of nurturing, grooming, clothing, feeding, and playtime activities.
An exhibition on Soane's influence on twentieth-century architecture is on at John Soane's Museum and this new biography by Gillian Darley was hurried out to coincide with the exhibition on the master held at the Royal Academy at the end of last year.
If this does not coincide with the coach's "big picture" for the program, disharmony between the coach and the administration is inevitable.