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It was coeval with the religion of Egypt in the time of Abraham, and perhaps at a still earlier date.
The life of the American Cavalry is almost coeval with that of the American people.
Next to this tradition, and nearly coeval with it, but reported by later authority, is that respecting Solon and Athens.
Science and religion are coeval in man's history, and both are independently continuous and progressive.
Some elementary conception of it is in all probability coeval with the first dawn of human intelligence.
Indeed, what is more rational than to suppose that the Seeds of Disease are coeval with the fall of man.
If you look around you in the world you will see very few movables coeval with it.
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
The narrow, stemmed type is probably coeval with the classic Adena type on most Alabama sites.
The similarity of the type to Lerma Rounded Base points may be an indication that they are coeval.
This doubting in the “universal all” is most coeval with the human race: wisdom, so called, was early sought after.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW

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