copresence

copresence

(kəʊˈprɛzəns)
n
the presence of multiple things together
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Second, repeated copresence at gigs increases the likelihood of ties forming between audience members, facilitating interactions which, in turn, are generative of a world's distinct culture and which contribute to its cohesion.
It is a line that prevents the copresence of the world "on this side of the line" with the world "on the other side of the line".
La question sociale etait nee de la concentration en ville de la population attiree par les emplois industriels et des affrontements que cette copresence dans un meme espace rendait inevitables au point de menacer l'ordre politique, la democratie naissante, en l'occurrence.
The authors identify a discursive effect of copresence of these two actors in the political scenario, which results sometimes in qualification or in disqualification of the candidate; it reveals the process of construction of political-mediatic discourse, so present in contemporary times.
Pour ces auteurs, qui travaillent dans un contexte juridique caracterise par la copresence d'elements de droit francais (le Code civil badois etant modele sur le Code Napoleon), de droit romain et des droits coutumiers, la comparaison representait a la fois un instrument de connaissance du droit positif, et une source d'inspiration pour la reforme legislative (80).
Il l'est surtout en raison de ce que ce n'est pas le probleme de la rivalite entre groupes qui est affronte, donnant naissance a la solution que constituerait l'alliance des groupes: cette alliance est le prolongement des rapports pacifies entre individus des deux groupes une fois que les groupes auront ete mis accidentellement en copresence.
Analyzing the difference between the two, he says, it is "matter of copresence of two discontinuous elements" (Barthes 1981a:23), which is also the 'doubtless dual' (Barthes 1981a:42).
But having overlapping perceptual shells isn't sufficient for perceptual copresence.
see also HASINOFF, supra note 38, at 118 (suggesting that teenagers use sexting as a way "to maintain an intimate sexual copresence that reaffirms attraction and affection while the two partners are physically apart").
To use Serres' claim concerning the history of sciences, it might prove useful also for geography, in the endless process of reinventing itself, to embrace the perspective of "a radical contemporaneity or copresence of the archaic and the contemporary" (Serres and Adkins, 2012: 369).
In another study, SPINK1 was shown to increase migration ofHT-29 colon cancer cells, but only in the copresence of EGF (57).