coexistent


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co·ex·ist

 (kō′ĭg-zĭst′)
intr.v. co·ex·ist·ed, co·ex·ist·ing, co·ex·ists
1. To exist together, at the same time, or in the same place.
2. To live in peace with another or others despite differences, especially as a matter of policy: "I've been wrestling with the dilemma of how you coexist with those you hate" (Ariel Dorfman).

co′ex·is′tence n.
co′ex·is′tent adj.
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Adj.1.coexistent - existing at the same time
synchronal, synchronic, synchronous - occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase; "recovery was synchronous with therapy"- Jour.A.M.A.; "a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations"

coexistent

adjective
Belonging to the same period of time as another:
Translations

coexistent

[ˈkəʊɪgˈzɪstənt] ADJcoexistente

coexistent

adjkoexistent (geh), → nebeneinander bestehend; the two states are now peacefully coexistentdie beiden Staaten leben jetzt friedlich nebeneinander or in friedlicher Koexistenz
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Either the existence of the same passion or interest in a majority at the same time must be prevented, or the majority, having such coexistent passion or interest, must be rendered, by their number and local situation, unable to concert and carry into effect schemes of oppression.
That which proceeds in succession might be remembered, but that which is coexistent, or ejaculated from a deeper cause, as yet far from being conscious, knows not its own tendency.
Case 3 demonstrated a coexistent focus of in situ ductal squamous carcinoma (Figure 3), and case 4 had a subsequently discovered tonsillar carcinoma (Figure 4).
Exclusion criteria included gastrointestinal bleeding within the last month; change in bowel habits or abdominal pain; previous colorectal cancer or polyps; prior resection of any part of the colon; iron deficiency anemia; or other coexistent visceral cancer.
By employing this coexistent approach technical risks and impacts were reduced, while meeting fixed time and pricing requirements.
1,2,5,6] We report a case that showed coexistent tall cell variant of papillary carcinoma and Hurthle cell carcinoma.
It supports the needs of coexistent manufacturers that produce goods using a combination of methods and processes associated with discrete, repetitive and process manufacturing.
Many of these lesions are well known to be associated with young age of presentation, a history of chronic epilepsy, coexistent cortical dysplasia, and generally good prognosis.
Finally, unlike all other hubs on the market, the Asante plug-and-play hubs have built-in, coexistent support for RJ-45, AUI and BNC ports, making it the most flexible and easiest solution to set up for the departmental or workgroup network user.
The coexistent epithelial disorders and PGL in the gastric mucosa could be explained as long-term sequelae of H pylori infection.
If higher enzymes are noted, one should look for additional hepatotoxins such as acetaminophen use or coexistent viral hepatitis.