coagency


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coagency

(kəʊˈeɪdʒənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
a joint agency
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Part 4, "The Holy Spirit, Law, and the State," appropriates Jean-Jacques Rousseau's general will of the people for justice and Thomas Hobbes's common moral purpose of peace with reference to a real copresence and coagency of the Holy Spirit in the ordinary operations of a state as society's "own self.
These materials are produced by a radical polymerization process and have inherently low vinyl content and do not provide coagency when applied to radical cure systems.
For ontological reasons coagency of tense and aspect systems often tends to form the source of grammatical inferentials (Comrie 1995 : 108-110; DeLancey 2001).