|VERB || to coexist | coexisted | coexisted|
coexisting | coexists
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- A Sarva Dharma Sammelan serves to support the view that all religions can coexist in harmony,.
- It is typical that local variations have developed and some Renaissance phenomena coexist.
- The High Court of Australia later found that native title could coexist with a pastoral lease.
- Since 1992, WIS 39 coexisted with I-39. Normally, within the state, two or more different routes with the same number cannot coexist in accordance with WisDOT.
- To explain how species coexist, in 1934 Georgii Gause proposed the competitive exclusion principle which is also called the Gause principle: species cannot coexist if they have the same ecological niche.
- to coexist. For example, some lizard species appear to coexist because they consume insects of differing sizes.
- cattleyanum" acts as an invasive by creating dense thickets that crowd out sunlight, limiting the potential for other plant species to coexist.
- DVB-H can coexist with DVB-T in the same multiplex.
- Triple points mark conditions at which three different phases can coexist.
- It is gynodioecious (in which female and hermaphroditic plants coexist within a population).
- Mixed sexual systems are where hermaphrodites coexist with single sexed individuals. This includes androdioecy, gynodioecy, and trioecy.
- They are known to coexist with farm animals such as poultry, goats, sheep and cattle.
- To analyze how species coexist, we perform an invasion analysis.
- PayID will coexist with the BSB and account number addressing scheme.
- Two qualitatively different processes can help species to coexist: a reduction in average fitness differences between species or an increase in niche differentiation between species.
- The interrogative prefixes "ə̂-" and "ɕə-" cannot coexist.
- There are no universal guidelines for creating ambigrams, and different ways of approaching problems coexist.
- In some cases IOCS was designed to coexist with Simultaneous Peripheral Operations On-line (SPOOL) software.
- Two forms of PEM are kwashiorkor and marasmus; both commonly coexist.
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