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simultaneous
01. Being a [simultaneous] translator is a very high pressure job.
02. The concert was broadcast [simultaneously] in Europe and North America.
03. There were [simultaneous] demonstrations at the American embassies in Paris, Zurich and Bonn.
04. Vladislav got a job as a [simultaneous] translator at the U.N.
05. The [simultaneous] release of the video and the CD has been a huge marketing success.
06. The two men fired their guns [simultaneously] during the duel, and both were killed.
07. The Allied forces launched [simultaneous] attacks on German positions at either end of town.
08. Albert Einstein once observed that one cannot [simultaneously] prevent and prepare for war.
09. Clive James once noted that television is [simultaneously] blamed, often by the same people, for worsening the world, and for being powerless to change it.
10. The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem is one of the few shrines in the world [simultaneously] sacred to three religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
11. In a complex society, each person possesses several statuses [simultaneously] by virtue of membership in various social categories, groups and organizations.
12. The human eyes can perceive more than 1 million [simultaneous] visual impressions, and are able to discriminate among nearly 8 million gradations of color.
13. Leonardo da Vinci could draw with one hand, and write with the other [simultaneously].
14. In 1990, an American man was able to [simultaneously] balance 210 eggs on end on a flat surface.
15. The modern world is being threatened [simultaneously] by social and political conflict, impoverishment, resource depletion, and environmental destruction.
16. According to the Bible and the Koran, humankind and religion were born [simultaneously] in Mesopotamia.
17. This music sharing system allows you to download various songs [simultaneously] from multiple sources.
18. In March of 1986, more than 6,000 radio stations in the U.S. played the song "We are the World" [simultaneously] in an effort to raise money for an African famine relief project.
19. Three American astronauts [simultaneously] walked in space for the first time in May of 1992.

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