One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But these efforts to reform the nomination process will force candidates to compete in more states conterminously, thereby driving up the cost of running for President.’
- ‘I think I got tired of her, and for about the same reasons, conterminously with the local program director.’
- ‘The tangible and intangible aspects of the dynamics then are mutually bound to each other and always function conterminously.’
- ‘‘West Virginia has not been able to meet the industry's low cost requirements for both transportation and labor conterminously,’ he wrote.’
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