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The ideal of this XII-century statesman was a strong central monarchy, coexistent with a national assembly.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Considered in this aspect, the knighthood and the feudalism of Europe were synonymous and coexistent.
Therefore an unending aggregate of actual things cannot be regarded as a given whole and therefore also not as coexistent.
Let us leave the negation of the negation for a little and look at "the coexistent individual and social property."
It is a law of Nature that in all things there are certain constituent parts, coexistent with their substance.
Things are coexistent, in so far as they exist in one and the same time.
Her worship was coexistent and coextensive with that of her divine brother and husband.
THE CHRISTJOHN ELEAZER REMSBURG
In large doses of the greater number, narcotism predominates; in smaller ones, irritation; they are rarely coexistent.
These may remain unchanged for a far longer period than subsequent varieties, and be coexistent with them.
Actually, these two reactions are coexistent and inextricably interwoven as the basis of our relation to him.

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