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The two, as is remarked above, may coexist in the same community.

When we love one of elevated condition, ambition may at first coexist with affection.

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.

This is not to say that age may not coexist with superiority, but that age, per se, is not superiority.

It is invariably present: the others may or may not, some or all, coexist with it.

We know, from history, that Popery and liberty cannot coexist in the same country.

The exogenous and endogenous hydatids may coexist in the same bearer.

Happiness is paradoxic because it may coexist with trial, sorrow and poverty.

Deformities of the nose are also especially apt to coexist with these.

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