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His kindly nature made him loved by all and his circle of friends was coextensive with the circle of his acquaintance.

But this limit of power is not coextensive with any system of morals.

The Path of the LawOliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

The graveyard, or what remains of it, is coextensive with the grove.

Virginia: The Old DominionFrank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins

If simply convertible, the two must be coextensive, and the Predicate must be either a Proprium or the Definition.

Logic, however, is not the same thing with knowledge, though the field of logic is coextensive with the field of knowledge.

The truth that every fact which has a beginning has a cause, is coextensive with human experience.

Marriage and the family seem to form in the grade or category, and to be coextensive with it.

Ancient SocietyLewis Henry Morgan

The finite mind can never stretch itself out in any direction until it is coextensive with the Infinite Mind.

TheismRobert Flint

The archdeaconry was coextensive with the shire, and was divided into five rural deaneries at least as early as 1291.

Nevertheless, the composition of his two great poems was all but coextensive with his poetical life.

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