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For in such cases, we may believe, that a plant could exist only where the conditions of its life were so favourable that many could exist together, and thus save each other from utter destruction.
There can be no doubt that the love of wealth and the spirit of moderation cannot exist together in citizens of the same State to any considerable extent; one or the other will be disregarded.
We believe that the world is a home to all and in our great cities and countries people with diverse ethnic, cultural and religious background can exist together.
The Kuwaiti top lawmaker quoted late king of Saudi Arabia Fahad bin Abdulaziz as saying in 1990 when Kuwait was invaded by Iraq: "Kuwait and Saudi Arabia must exist together or end together.
Both these works represent the melting pot of cultures in the Middle East, that exist together but do not really melt.
Local control, fire safety, property rights and preservation of natural beauty can and do exist together," said councilwoman Rhonda McCullough.
Once again, we have found that the two cannot properly exist together.
For weekly readings call 0903 658 2001 (75p/min + access charge) AQUARIUS JANUARY 21 - FEBRUARY 19 Business and pleasure don't mix and should never exist together.
Diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol are closely related and in most cases they exist together.
They are inmates in this confined community, much as those in a prison are confined and work out how to exist together.
Along with our other partners, including Wrexham County Council, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Wrexham Community Safety and licensees, we work to ensure the students, local residents and businesses can exist together in a peaceful environment.
Elsewhere, in a final that was deservedly won by Kimberly Wyatt on account of her being generally brilliant, food critic William Sitwell had this to say about runner-up Rylan: "There's too many things going on here that should not exist together.