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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to be similar — especially to happen at the same time or place
  • But that Christmas of '53, when Owen and I walked under the bridge, was the first time our being there coincided with the passing of The Flying Yankee—the express train that raced between Portland and Boston, in just two hours.
    p. 190.3
  • He would devise an approach to the basket; dribbling at good speed, he would time his leap to coincide with a teammate's readiness to lift him higher—he would jump into a teammate's waiting arms, and the teammate would (occasionally) boost Owen above the basket's rim.
    p. 308.5

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