Concurrence: "Concurrency of development with deployment . . . has almost always proven counterproductive” ( Harold Brown). (noun)
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Use "concurrency" in a sentence
"In 1986, Ugandan health officials had not heard of "long-term concurrency" and Professor Morris had not constructed the computer models that traced the transmission of HIV."
"Martina Morris, a sociologist at the University of Washington, has shown that long-term concurrency is more of a public health danger than serial monogamy because it permits HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases to spread to others quickly, rather than confining them in a single relationship for months or years."
"Also, for anyone who is still awake, I've updated the long-term concurrency charts to show data by week and by month, instead of just by day."