Definition of Coetaneously. Meaning of Coetaneously. Synonyms of Coetaneously

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Definition of Coetaneously

Coetaneously
Coetaneous Co`e*ta"ne*ous, a. [L. coaetaneus; co- + aetas age.] Of the same age; beginning to exist at the same time; contemporaneous. -- Co`e*ta"ne*ous*ly, adv. And all [members of the body] are coetaneous. --Bentley.

Meaning of Coetaneously from wikipedia

- possible, these follow the flowering. Serotiny is contrasted with coetany. Coetaneous flowers or leaves appear together with each other. In the case of serotinous...
- times for gene expression analysis. An effective means of identifying coetaneous interneurons is neuronal birthdating. This can be achieved using nucleoside...
- the pop art, minimalism and feminist art movements and influenced her coetaneous, Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg. She has been acknowledged as one of...
- rulings from different Audiencias Provinciales of Spain of similar cases coetaneous to the time of the activities carried out by the defendants, and held...
- aestus aestu- estuarial, estuarine, estuary aetās aet- age coetaneity, coetaneous aevum aev- age, eon age, coeternal, coeval, coevality, eternal, eterne...
- tries to become the best racer of the country and to convince many of his coetaneous that the Mini4wd cars are racing cars in miniature and not toys like most...
- and August. Flowering is simultaneous with the growth of new leaves (coetaneous) or serotinous (after the leaves shoot). "Salix ca****a". International...
- its location on the Way of Saint James and the comparison with other coetaneous religious buildings demands further explanation about the origin of the...
- haptic devices produce different senses of touch including kinesthetic and coetaneous channels. Kinesthetic stimulations, which are produced by forces exerted...
- being within a virtual "blind-spot" as regards its lack of coverage in coetaneous sources—some of Æðelflæd's continental contemporaries were certainly involved...