In an Arizona desert one does not long coexist
with only such creatures as these: one must have pack animals, supplies, arms--"an outfit." And all these imply comrades.
Their love for man, their zeal for God's service -- these holy impulses may or may not coexist
in their hearts with the evil inmates to which their guilt has unbarred the door, and which must needs propagate a hellish breed within them.
Augustine--such depths of feeling could coexist
with such absence of imagination.
Cadwallader inquire into the comprehensiveness of her own beautiful views, and be quite sure that they afford accommodation for all the lives which have the honor to coexist
Some of its young would probably inherit the same habits or structure, and by the repetition of this process, a new variety might be formed which would either supplant or coexist
with the parent-form of wolf.
And yet these two legislatures coexisted
for ages, and the Roman republic attained to the utmost height of human greatness.
Psycho-physical parallelism is the theory that mental and physical events each have causes in their own sphere, but run on side by side owing to the fact that every state of the brain coexists
with a definite state of the mind, and vice versa.
For it would not have been possible for the Raveloe mind, without a peculiar revelation, to know that a clergyman should be a pale-faced memento of solemnities, instead of a reasonably faulty man whose exclusive authority to read prayers and preach, to christen, marry, and bury you, necessarily coexisted
with the right to sell you the ground to be buried in and to take tithe in kind; on which last point, of course, there was a little grumbling, but not to the extent of irreligion--not of deeper significance than the grumbling at the rain, which was by no means accompanied with a spirit of impious defiance, but with a desire that the prayer for fine weather might be read forthwith.
And in the new Broadway revival, which features a freshly commissioned adaptation by American playwright Richard Greenberg (best known for his Reagan-era play Eastern Standard), director Sean Mathias utterly fails to find a production style that allows the various pieces of the play to coexist
In her sensitive portrayal of Blanche DuBois vulnerability and arrogance coexist
in heightened confusion.
Baron examines what happened in Boulder, as he considers the issue of how we can, or perhaps can't, coexist
with wild animals.
Like its predecessors, Jeanne improbably but successfully devises a utopia where fairy-tale romance and hard reality coexist
as comfortably as gay and straight.