co-extensive

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co-extensive

[ˌkəʊɪkˈstensɪv] ADJde la misma extensión (with que)
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It appears from the character of the fossils in Europe, Asia, Australia, and in North and South America, that those conditions which favour the life of the larger quadrupeds were lately co-extensive with the world: what those conditions were, no one has yet even conjectured.
In good company the individuals merge their egotism into a social soul exactly co-extensive with the several consciousnesses there present.
* "It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn."
"An LGU's territorial jurisdiction is not necessarily co-extensive with its exercise or assertion of powers.
The financial benefits in expense ratio and in building a robust book over time - with expected co-extensive improved loss ratios - are clear.
the obvious interpretation of Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution is that lack of the qualification to a Member is the effect of declaration by a Court of Law, which is the cause and period of lack of qualification would be co-extensive with the period to the cause i.e.
'None of the learned counsels, who appeared before us confronted the elephant in the room that is the obvious interpretation of Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution is that lack of the qualification to a member is the effect of declaration by a Court of Law, which is the cause and period of lack of qualification would be co-extensive with the period to the cause that is declaration.
What is valued and who has power are not co-extensive categories.
"The problem of the political" (from the book's subtitle) ensures the authority of sovereign power, and even law, never co-extensive with all that is; there will always be a part "not reducible" (a phrase DeGabriele employs repeatedly) to being part of a whole.
Finally London, which appears as the central location of many chapters in the second half of this collection, treats the Thames as co-extensive with itself, as in John Taylor's couplet about the river's intimate function in urban ecology: 'What does it doe, but serves our full contents, / Brings food, and for it, takes our excrements' (266).
In chapter one, Churchland makes it clear that she favors the view that she, as a person, is co-extensive with her brain.
Personal consciousness and intellectual introspection are not co-extensive. There is in Man an almost insurmountable gap between what is experienced existentially and what is conceptualized intellectually, between life and reflection, between reality and concept.