They are known as socially flexible animals: They prefer to live solitary lives, but will peacefully coexist with one
another if the habitat demands it.
We have made extraordinary efforts to try and peacefully coexist with one
More often than they do now, these communities could tolerate and coexist with one
another, despite differences.
The people of the world also need to learn to accept and coexist with one
another; that with coexistence, our world can become a greater place than anyone could imagine.
We are part of the world and we need to coexist with one
another locally and globally.
There's so much we can learn about how to coexist with one
Dialogue and pressure cannot coexist with one
She sees more people looking for ways to coexist with one
another and the earth outside of patriarchal models that are ultimately unhealthy--or worse.
Carnegie's view of teaching and teachers could coexist with one
or two of the Excellence Commission's teacher recommendations, but on the whole it was rooted in dramatically different core beliefs about who should make key education decisions, and it advanced a markedly different view of the organizational and policy framework within which teachers work--or should work.
Program ensures that IEEE P1901 PLC devices coexist with one
another and other compliant technologies, enabling communications across power lines without interference