co|ex|ist|ence

co|ex|ist|ence
co|ex|ist|ence «KOH ihg ZIHS tuhns», noun.
1. existence together or at the same time.
2. a condition or policy in which two opposing countries or powers coexist without war or direct interference with each other: »

peaceful coexistence. Coexistence implies, and indeed necessitates, the total noninterference by any power in the affairs of another (Time).


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