And yet these two legislatures coexisted
for ages, and the Roman republic attained to the utmost height of human greatness.
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.
The trainer went on further saying that Shifa is working to promote peace and harmony among different religious people such as Sikh community, Hindu community, Christian and other minority people towards a coexisted
society where people enjoy the lives according to their norms, customs and traditions.
Multiple international and reserve currencies have in fact coexisted
in the past, upending the traditional view of the British pound's dominance prior to 1945 and the US dollar's dominance more recently.
There are two distinct forms of neoplasms derived from pDCs; the one is blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm (BPDCN) and the other is mature pDCs proliferation coexisted
with myeloid tumors.
The editors describe the model as having three simultaneous features: "a high degree of political parallelism has coexisted
with a strongly developed mass-circulation press; ...
Some of these Christian minorities have coexisted
with Islam in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East since the time of Jesus.
And yet, for Faigenbaum, the worlds of the Louvre and Chaussee d'Antin have always coexisted
, or at least since his early teens, when, already set on becoming an artist, he used to skip school to visit the museum.