- the act or state of coexisting.
- a policy of living peacefully with other nations, religions, etc., despite fundamental disagreements.
Origin of coexistence
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Examples from the Web for coexistence
There are supportive African (and African-American) clergy calling for coexistence rather than violence.The Uganda Ruling is Good For Everyone But Gays
August 1, 2014
There could only have been a coexistence with her former celebrity.Shirley Temple Survived Being the Biggest Child Star of All Time With Wit and Grace
February 11, 2014
Inside the Beltway, a new term in the national agricultural debate was catching on: “coexistence.”Obama’s Organic Game
October 15, 2011
But Haifa has always been a lighthouse of Jewish-Arab coexistence, and a model of inclusive civil society.Israel's Inferno
December 5, 2010
The spiral design is a metaphor of change and transition, a celebration of the coexistence of past and future.Wearable Art
Daily Beast Promotions
May 19, 2010
The three modi of time are permanence, succession, and coexistence.
Now coexistence is the existence of the manifold in the same time.
Similarly, coexistence is a coexistence of states of two permanents.Kant's Theory of Knowledge</p>
Harold Arthur Prichard
It is one thing to note this coexistence and another to explain it adequately.Benign Stupors
Technically these uniformities have been divided into uniformities of Sequence and uniformities of Coexistence.Logic, Inductive and Deductive
Word Origin and History for coexistence
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper