modus vivendi

[ moh-duh s vi-ven-dee, -dahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF modus vivendi

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There results between them a modus vivendi, which is organization.

What of the 'modus vivendi' of the two races occupying the same soil?

All enduring forms establish a modus vivendi with their surroundings.

A wise, liberal, Christian modus vivendi was the object of his desire.

They have discovered a modus vivendi, and are highly satisfied with it.

And she ultimately succeeded in establishing a modus vivendi.

They must establish some modus vivendi, and it must be founded on justice.

In this way a modus vivendi was established which lasted till 1894.

A modus vivendi was agreed upon after this, which is still in force and works very well.

The fact is that Christianity found, some time ago, a modus vivendi with modern life, while Islam has not yet arrived thither.

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