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simultaneous
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Jane Eyre
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  • Amy and Louisa Eshton had cried out simultaneously — "What a love of a child!"
  • The three gentlemen retreated simultaneously.
  • More restless than ever, when I had completed these arrangements I could not sit still, nor even remain in the house: a little time-piece in the room and the old clock in the hall simultaneously struck ten.
  • I was still looking at them, and also at intervals examining the teachers — none of whom precisely pleased me; for the stout one was a little coarse, the dark one not a little fierce, the foreigner harsh and grotesque, and Miss Miller, poor thing! looked purple, weather— beaten, and over-worked — when, as my eye wandered from face to face, the whole school rose simultaneously, as if moved by a common spring.

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  • It is published in simultaneous print and electronic editions.
  • The store provides shoppers with a simultaneous art/music experience.

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