co-exist

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co-exist

(kəuigˈzist) verb
(especially of nations, races etc) to exist side by side (especially peacefully).
co-exˈistence noun
References in classic literature ?
The child had a native grace which does not invariably co-exist with faultless beauty; its attire, however simple, always impressed the beholder as if it were the very garb that precisely became it best.
Practices and protocols change, rapidly or over time, and old knowledge co-exists with the new.
Reggie & Ryssa And The Summer Camp Of Faery is a young adult fantasy novel about a pair of twins who, on their thirteenth birthday, discover that the world of Faeries co-exists just beyond the reach and vision of the mundane human world.
The V-16 IP DSLAM also offers Gigabit Ethernet, metallic and optical uplink options, an integrated ISDN/POTS splitter to seamlessly deploy VDSL over any POTS or ISDN network and co-exists with ADSL technology.
Though afflicted by internal disputes, the Orthodox Church co-exists peacefully with the Catholics and their three bishops.
Stu Levin mentioned one character who co-exists with his co-workers, performing his daily tasks in complete fear of the office environment around him.
Second, customers can move at their own pace in deploying PostPath, either running a mixed infrastructure in which Exchange co-exists with PostPath Servers for some time, or moving more rapidly to Exchange-free mode so as to reap the benefits of PostPath across the whole company.
The Socksnatchers is a charming picturebook story about a family of Socksnatchers who co-exists with a human family.
Photo: A pronghorn, known as an antelope, co-exists with co yotes and buffalo on Antelope Island, on the eastern edge of the Great Salt Lake.
Co-exists with your existing applications - Webroot SME Security has been carefully tested against other desktop security applications to ensure cooperation among products.
CobraNet technology, which is available via Cirrus Logic's CS181XX and CS496XX families of integrated circuits, co-exists with network data traffic and is considerably more flexible and cost effective to implement compared to installing a dedicated digital audio system.
The Platform is based on open standards, providing an enterprise with the ability to deploy all or part of the solution; each of which easily co-exists and complements existing layered technologies.