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A coexistence manager, which utilizes the information from the coexistence server to enhance the coexistence of the wireless networks
It also reflects the values of coexistence and tolerance shared by nations throughout the ages, which are key pillars to the progress and prosperity of nations.
Peaceful coexistence and win-win cooperation is an inevitable choice and correct direction of China-India ties,' he said.
He said it highlights that the wise leadership was always keen to promote tolerance and coexistence for all people living in the UAE.
Because whoever wants a single united Lebanon, a country of mutual coexistence, should be the first to contribute to the national good, whatever [that contribution] may actually be.
Although it has been reported that there was no significant difference with HBeAg positivity rate and HBV deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) concentration between the two groups (anti-HBs negative or positive) in the article, both of them have been reported to be significantly higher in patients with coexistence of HBsAg and anti-HBs in another recent study.
Other Christian figures spoke at the meeting, where they highlighted coexistence in Jordan.
He noted leading initiatives and forums hosted by Bahrain that have resulted in fruitful results contributed to bolstering dialogue, coexistence and ensuring religious freedom.
The authors consider instances of both coexistence and conflict as they move through the human history of the island.
The fact that it was an arson attack on an educational facility that advocates coexistence severely undermines the fabric of relations between Jews and Arabs.
During his meeting at the Republican Palace Sunday with the Youth Organization for Defence of Abyei he stressed the necessity of reviving the social coexistence program and strengthening to the social fabric and consolidating the social coexistence in the region.
Having been tested by the evolution of international relations in the past six decades, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, as open and inclusive principles of international law, embody the values of sovereignty, justice, democracy and rule of law," Xi said when delivering a keynote speech at a commemoration marking the 60th anniversary of the Principles at the Great Hall of the People in downtown Beijing.