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  • But I believe I am correct in stating that, until the existence of this contemporaneous Wessex was announced in the present story, in 1874, it had never been heard of, and that the expression, "a Wessex peasant," or "a Wessex custom," would theretofore have been taken to refer to nothing later in date than the Norman Conquest.

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  • The recession in Asia was contemporaneous with that in the United States.
  • A rise in interest rates is often contemporaneous with an increase in inflation.

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