[ noun ] acting together as of agents or circumstances or events
Used in print(Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)
Perhaps no church_father saw this concurrence of the unique and the universal as clearly , or formulated it as precisely , as Irenaeus .
[ noun ] agreement of results or opinions
Used in print(Legislation on Foreign Relations. Committee on Foreign...)
The Secretary_of_the_Treasury , upon the concurrence of the Secretary_of_State , is authorized and directed , out of the sum covered into the Yugoslav_Claims_Fund pursuant to subsection ( b ) of_this section , after completing the payments of such funds pursuant to subsection ( c ) of_this section , to make payment of the balance of any sum remaining in such fund to the Government of the Federal_People's_Republic_of_Yugoslavia to the extent required under article 1 ( c ) of the Yugoslav_Claims_Agreement_of_1948 .