dwell together

See: cohabit
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Surrounded by so many and such companions upon whom I never looked, and never shall look, I and my child will dwell together inseparable, on the Great Saint Bernard, outlasting generations who will come to see us, and will never know our name, or one word of our story but the end.
Jonathan Vining supplied a beautiful contrast in his gentle solo interludes, and the final section, "How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity," a serene allusion to the sentiments of Schiller and Beethoven, was affectingly sung by the unaccompanied choir making a highly appropriate note on which to finish.
More so, at a time when the UN Security Council reports that 15,000 militants from more than 80 countries have flocked to the region to join ISIL and other terrorist groups, the peoples and the governments of Iraq and Syria have no choice but to dwell together in unity.
Yet in the midst of the vast differences that characterize the Baptist family, persons of widely disparate beliefs dwell together under a broad Baptist umbrella.
Of it, poet Vincent Starrett said: "Here dwell together still two men of note / Who never lived and so can never die.
How sweet and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity
Spirited Away is the third movie of the festival which portrays an adventurous story of a girl who learns about friendship and devotion when she is left alone in a place where the good and evil dwell together.
Within the Augustinian attention and constellating intelligence of these poems, an idea of faith lingers--perhaps because faith represents, to Irwin, a potentially timeless space in which pure image and a restless, Time-ravaged consciousness may yet dwell together.
Its eleven chapters employ multiple tools, such as social and cultural analysis, comparative religion, comparative theology, and psychology, seeking "to identify which Christian theological constructs fit the site in which we live so as to make it a better place for Christians to dwell together happily with people of diverse religious commitments and for people of diverse religious commitments to live happily with the Christians in their midst" (11).
More effectively, rather, Marty turns Luther's own law-and-gospel dialectic onto Luther's life, letting sin and salvation dwell together in this human heart.
His followers, the so-called Piagnoni, took to singing the friar's motto, Psalm 132:1, "Ecce quam bonum et quam jocundum habitare frates in unum" (Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity).
One, ``Hinei Ma Tov,'' or ``How Good it is for Brothers to Dwell Together,'' is frequently sung in temples.