Origin of coexist
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After all, there is only one sure-fire message that I can send by putting a Coexist sticker on the back of my car.
Strangely, the Coexist sticker itself illustrates this whole point rather nicely.
In the mindset of the Coexist camp, those abstract beliefs have become twisted things, wrapped up with hate.
In other words, Coexist stickers may imply a desire for global love.
It's a considerable compliment to both men that they could sincerely like, and sincerely dislike, each other--yet coexist.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
The two, as is remarked above, may coexist in the same community.Introduction to the History of Religions
Crawford Howell Toy
When we love one of elevated condition, ambition may at first coexist with affection.Pascal
And will they coexist in this exalted state with the old objects of worship?
No question in theology is more embarrassing than the mode in which they coexist in God.Modern Skepticism
C. J. Ellicott
This is not to say that age may not coexist with superiority, but that age, per se, is not superiority.Concerning Children
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
- to exist together at the same time or in the same place
- to exist together in peace
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Word Origin and History for coexist
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