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What is the noun for parallelly?

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  1. The state or condition of being parallel; agreement in direction, tendency, or character.
  2. The state of being in agreement or similarity; resemblance, correspondence, analogy.
  3. A parallel position; the relation of parallels.
  4. (rhetoric) The juxtaposition of two or more identical or equivalent syntactic constructions, especially those expressing the same sentiment with slight modifications, introduced for rhetorical effect.
  5. (philosophy) The doctrine that matter and mind do not causally interact but that physiological events in the brain or body nonetheless occur simultaneously with matching events in the mind.
  6. (law) In antitrust law, the practice of competitors of raising prices by roughly the same amount at roughly the same time, without engaging in a formal agreement to do so.
  7. (biology) Similarity of features between two species resulting from their having taken similar evolutionary paths following their initial divergence from a common ancestor.
  8. (computing) The use of parallel methods in hardware or software.
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  10. Examples:
    1. “A processor equipped with thread-level parallelism can execute completely separate threads of code.”
      “In multiprocessor machines, multiple threads are an efficient way for application developers to utilize the parallelism of the hardware.”
      “Then the two verses before it with wonderful antithetical parallelism, and the two verses after it with the exhortation to persevere.”
  1. One of a set of parallel lines.
  2. Direction conformable to that of another line.
  3. A line of latitude.
  4. An arrangement of electrical components such that a current flows along two or more paths; see in parallel.
  5. Something identical or similar in essential respects.
  6. A comparison made; elaborate tracing of similarity.
  7. (military) One of a series of long trenches constructed before a besieged fortress, by the besieging force, as a cover for troops supporting the attacking batteries. They are roughly parallel to the line of outer defenses of the fortress.
  8. (printing) A character consisting of two parallel vertical lines, used in the text to direct attention to a similarly marked note in the margin or at the foot of a page.
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  10. Examples:
    1. “The journalist drew a parallel between recent events and those that had occurred throughout history.”
      “The kingdom stood in a position of prestige and might that had no parallel in history.”
  1. The act of making things parallel.
  2. The act of making operations work in parallel, particularly in, but not limited to, computing.
  1. The condition of being parallel; parallelism
  1. Alternative spelling of parallelization
  1. (mathematics) The condition of being parallelizable.
  1. plural of parallelisation
  1. plural of parallelization
  1. plural of parallelism
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Hebrew poetry is not marked by metre and end-rhyme but by pictorial language, parallelisms and partly by rhythm and alliteration or stave rhyme.”
      “Chris Baldick finds interesting parallelisms to this concept of defamiliarization in both Romantic poetry and in Brecht's theatre.”
      “Deeper parallelisms involve the relation between false appearances and underlying sincerity or genuineness.”
  1. plural of parallel
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  3. Examples:
    1. “It's easy to make parallels between the back rows but really a back row is only as good as the forward pack in front of it.”
      “Arellano draws interesting parallels between Morrissey's music and Mexico's ranchera music tradition.”
      “Continuous parallels are drawn, for example, between modern asylum-seekers and 1930s German Jewry.”
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