in parallel

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  • The political function of the camp continued in parallel with its economic role.
  • Yet teaching will be in parallel for both senior and junior schools.
  • In parallel, he was beginning his activities in support of education reform.
  • After the track divided into two which ran roughly east-south-east in parallel, apart.
  • These languages were often used in parallel with each other.
  • The two names have since been used in parallel.
  • Regional public TV exists in parallel to the national system described below.
  • In it, men and women side-step in parallel lines.
  • A network system has multiple sources of supply operating in parallel.
  • They may be arranged in series (as shown on the right) or in parallel.
  • Units could be connected in parallel, so there is no upper limit for capacity.
  • The regional management structure continued in parallel for a few years before it was abolished.
  • It is also common practice to track labor hours in parallel with currency.
  • In parallel with the TV show he started working in his musical project, and also in a radio show.
  • High-traffic areas may have two or more lifts in parallel for increased capacity.
  • Zuniga's film work has continued in parallel with her television work throughout much of her career.
  • There is no assumed sequence to the above actions and they could be carried out in parallel.
  • Many of these groups developed in parallel with the much more commercial Scandinavian death metal scene.
  • In parallel with this there was a debate over how guns should be mounted on ship.
  • These two processes can be put in parallel, so that they can interact with each other.
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