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His children were indulged in luxuries that his death was to dissipate, and enjoyed an opulence that was only co-existent with the life of their parent.
The duration of the feudal system was co-existent with the restriction of Privilege.
Nature has so much to do in this world, and is engaged in generating such a vast variety of co-existent productions, that she must surely be now and then too flurried and confused to distinguish between the different processes that she is carrying on at the same time.
The patented ReadyWire design is co-existent with other communication technologies and offers a broad range of development interfaces.
Patients become ineligible for transplants because of co-existent diseases like diabetes or because of other conditions that make it difficult to find a suitable heart.
It is effective in treating patients who are not able to release iron from storage sites due to a co-existent inflammatory state.
Others have co-existent medical conditions that make the surgery an unacceptable risk.
The patented ReadyWire design is completely co-existent with current communication technologies and offers a broad range of development interfaces.
Patients suffer from cachexia in both diseases, and in fact, many patients with AIDS have co-existent cancers, making the situation even more complex and relevant.
The patented ReadyWire design is co-existent with current communication technologies and offers a broad range of development interfaces.
Those products are: - PRMS(TM) -- an integrated ERP solution for a variety of businesses using discrete, repetitive, process or co-existent manufacturing process; - KBM(TM) -- a comprehensive knowledge-based ERP system specifically designed for the custom products manufacturer; or - Warehouse BOSS(TM) -- a complete warehouse management system covering all aspects of receiving, locating, putaway, order management, picking, packing and shipping.
NextNet's objective is to evaluate the data transmission signal integrity - performance and quality - of its technology when operating co-existent with a voice cellular system.