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The announcement was made Tuesday to coincide with World AIDS Day.

The message was timed to coincide with Nowruz, Iran's New Year holiday.

The forum was timed to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly.

In contrast, in the Middle East U.S. and Russian interests broadly coincide.

And as I said before, there are a lot of names that coincide with local folks.

The visit happened to coincide with that of the widely popular

pontiff, Pope Francis.

To coincide with the smoke ban, CVS also changed its name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health.

The dates of the computer file transfers roughly coincide with Tamerlan's visit to Russia.

Protests

against TTIP were also planned to coincide with this week's G7 meeting in Germany.

The initiative was launched in May 12 to coincide with the International Day Against Homophobia.

Williams recently signed a contract exte

nsion to coincide with last year's 10th anniversary as anchor.

He is giving a major speech in Tampa next week to coincide with the release of that book, Reply All.

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