What is the noun for concomitance?

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  1. occurrence or existence together or in connection with one another, coexistence
  2. A concomitant.
  3. (Christianity) The Roman Catholic doctrine of the existence of the entire body of Christ in the Eucharist, under each element, so that the body and blood are both received by communication in one kind only.
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    1. “The aim of this article was to evaluate the concomitance of symptomatic varicose veins and varicoceles in a young male patient group.”
      “I will take my medicine on the doctrine of concomitance from the good doctor W.L. Smith.”
      “To effect a change of ownership with the candid concomitance of a brass band.”
  1. The condition of being concomitant; concomitance
  1. plural of concomitancy
  1. plural of concomitant
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    1. “Some risks are the inevitable concomitants of the human condition, such as age, illness, and injury.”
      “It must be backed by other policy concomitants and broad-based domestic economic reform.”
      “Generally, cooptation and commodification have been omnipresent concomitants of efforts to reach wider audiences through major labels.”
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