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coexist with (someone or something)

To occupy the same space as someone or something, often peacefully. Can you please stop fighting and just coexist with your sister for a few hours? It took some time, but our cat and dog are now able to coexist with each other.
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coexist with someone or something

to exist agreeably or tolerably with or at the same time as someone or something. I decided that I would have to coexist with your policies, despite my objections. It is hard for cats to coexist with dogs.
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Diaz-Valle et al., "Mid-term evaluation of the new Glaukos iStent with phacoemulsification in coexistent open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension and cataract," British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Rates of coexistent diseases, in this study, such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, renal insufficiency, and cardiac insufficiency, were significantly higher in the older patient group by comparison, but as in the younger group, only two patients developed transient minor side effects (i.e., wholebody discomfort, mild ptosis, and oral deviation/drooling).
Whereas a uniformly hypochromic microcytic peripheral blood smear more pronounces as compared to haemoglobin levels, absence or minimal anisocytosis, target cells, red cell count more than 5 million/mm3 with a decreased MCV goes more in favor of Beta thalassaemia trait.10-12 We found coexistent iron deficiency and beta thalassemia trait in 51% of our patients which means that these women required iron therapy despite being carriers of beta thalassemia.
In this paper, we propose a new analysis method for mainly applying matrix theoretic tools to analyse the instability of unique homogeneous coexistent state ([u.sup.*.sub.1], [u.sup.*.sub.2], [v.sup.*.sub.1], [v.sup.*.sub.2], [w.sup.*]) of system (1).
"It is tempting to speculate that, in patients with coexistent rosacea, Parkinson's disease may display other phenotypic characteristics, and it is possible that rosacea-associated features, such as facial flushing, may contribute to support a Parkinson's disease diagnosis at an early phase of the disease," they added.
Clinical symptoms were evaluated regarding their association with the coexistent PE status.
(2) One case series of 23 cases showed one-third have coexistent adenocarcinomas.
coexistent 1-3 7135 36.6% prescription 4-5 4629 23.8% medications 6-8 4226 21.7% > 8 2338 12.0% OAB: overactive bladder; IR: immediate release; ER: extended release.
If we start to notice things apart from a hierarchical whole-part logic in which humans are the ultimate meaning makers and organizers of things, a magical coexistent world opens up.
Mittal et al.9 reported a case of NF with gross enlargement of all peripheral nerve trunk simulating leprosy.9 On the other hand, Khandpur et al.10 reported a case of NF where an unusual hypopigmentation with symmetrical nerve enlargement raised the strong clinical suspicion of coexistent lepromatous leprosy.
The authors attempt to extend this to typical coexistent uses in corridors, such as aerial and subsurface occupancies for utility and communication purposes.
As the coexistent anti-Friedan figure Andelin illuminated the sixtiesAE responses to politics, war, same-sex marriage, and intellectualism that linger in the present century.
One condition is multigenic familial combined hyperlipidemia, in which there is also a consistently high plasma concentration of apolipoprotein B-100 and a family history of premature CAD, with coexistent insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes and variably an increase in triglyceride (9).
Though sometimes overlapping, mingling, or interfering with each other, they are never all coexistent. Consequently, while most of the criticism of Savinio sticks to a synchronic rather than a diachronic pattern, the aim of this monograph is to sketch out 'una traiettoria che muove dall'iniziale investimento sul "potere tragic" della metafisica per giungere poi alia sua sostanziale decostruzione, riconvertendo l'immaginario ai panorami "enciclopedia" del relativismo e del disincanto' (p.
In this respect, her exploration has both epistemological and ontological implications: On the one hand, it has direct bearing on the ways in which we study international politics (especially the identity, roles, and agency of non-Western actors); and, on the other hand, it actively contributes to the explanation and understanding of global life as constituted by multiple, coexistent, and interrelated worlds.