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coexistence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoexistenceco‧ex‧ist‧ence /ˌkəʊɪɡˈzɪstəns $ ˌkoʊ-/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIME/FREE TIMEwhen two different things or groups of people exist together at the same time or in the same placecoexistence of 🔊 the coexistence of two systems of measurement 🔊 over 50 years of peaceful coexistence
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coexistenceUniplex says it will provide application programming interfaces and gateways between onGO and its existing software to insure migration and coexistence.So long as rocks the boat too much, coexistence can be harmonious.Rational persuasion is thus the foundation of peaceful coexistence.That is the logic of peaceful coexistence, that is the historical logic of Stalinism. 8.Of all the peculiar effects of musical tragedy, the most remarkable is the coexistence of opposite impressions.Over time, coexistence was inevitable, involving compromise and limited mutual tolerance.peaceful coexistenceWe can do this by presenting societies whose ideological construction of human nature and behaviour is such as to favour peaceful coexistence.North and South Korea signed an accord calling for peaceful coexistence.Rational persuasion is thus the foundation of peaceful coexistence.That is the logic of peaceful coexistence, that is the historical logic of Stalinism. 8.Nixon contends that we are heading into a period of peaceful coexistence in the world.
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