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Coinciding with the views of some, and differing from the views of others?

Coinciding with their natural bias, precept and counsel are commonly lost upon them, if taught by parental example to do evil.

Coinciding in her wish and appreciating the device, Airey had listened with an applauding smile.

We mention this, as coinciding with the account we have given in this volume of that extraordinary character.

Humber expressed themselves as coinciding with my views much more than with the views of Bro.

The delimitation is thus a quite natural and scientific one, coinciding pretty closely to the water-parting of the two countries.

This structure is called false bedding; the layers or lamin not coinciding with the planes of stratification.

The audience was deeply impressed by the eloquence of Jimmy Grayson, coinciding so well with their own views.

An observation which, coinciding with my own mental view for the moment, I quietly agreed in.

There is no evidence, however, that this had any connection with the California disaster, the dates not coinciding.

WORD ORIGIN

1715, from French coincider (14c.), from Medieval Latin coincidere (in astrological use), literally "to fall upon together," from Latin com- "together" (see co-) + incidere "to fall upon" (in- "upon + cadere "to fall;" see case (n.1)). Related: Coincided; coinciding.

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