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coterminous

having a common boundary; bordering; contiguous.
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In "Divorce in the Workplace" (June 2006), we described Jack Welch's woes and Gary Wendt's folly in their divorce situations, coterminous affairs and financial settlements.
States were usually seen as basically coterminous with ethnicity, hence for example the subtitle of one book was the "Xhosa Kingdom.
Accordingly, on the academic front, there was a theoretical fascination with "borders," migration, and hybridities of all sorts and, in art-world discourse, a coterminous confidence in visual art's ability to engage a public in order to reveal political inequalities and potentialities.
The new contract is coterminous with GTECH's existing contract with Supreme Ventures, which is set to expire in Jan.
The debate was over the question of whether citizenship in the Body of Christ was coterminous with citizenship in the state.
The perfect manual of style would be like the perfect map of the world: exactly coterminous with its subject, containing a rule for every word of every sentence.
1235(a), a transfer (other than by gift, inheritance or devise) of property consisting of all substantial rights to a patent, or an undivided interest therein that includes a part of all such rights, by any holder, will be treated as the sale or exchange of a capital asset held for more than one year, regardless of whether payments in consideration of such transfer are (1) payable periodically over a period generally coterminous with the transferee's use of the patent or (2) contingent on the productivity, use or disposition of the property transferred.
As Robert Davis writes in the Introduction, the emphasis fell naturally on the early modern period, coterminous with the first two centuries of the ghetto, founded in 1516 and named after the zone in Venice where the first of these walled and gated serraglii degli ebrei was located, the period also when the Venetian Jewish community flourished.
But both phases of Christianity--as a society of outcasts and as a society coterminous with the political realm--exhibit the uncompromising principles of the Church.
The fact is most school districts in California do not have their boundaries coterminous with a single community,'' he said.
In the debate over Bush's initiative, the universal assumption has been that the term "faith-based organization" is coterminous with "religion," but the Encyclopedia Britannica states firmly that "no definition allows for identification of `faith' with `religion.
Input must be both contextualized and natural if it is to be coterminous with actual communication, in which interlocutors participate in a cooperative and dialogic process.