Coinitial


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Co`in`i´tial


a.1.(Math.) Having a common beginning.
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Boethius opens his commentary on Aristotle's chapter 5 with a double or coinitial subdivision of single Statements.
Then Bacon proposes a second but coinitial subdivision of single statements in 2.
The first branch of the coinitial subdivision of single statements is not further subdivided in 2.