coetaneous


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coetaneous

(kō″ē-tā′nē-ŭs) [″ + aetas, age]
Having the same age or date.
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Acute glomerulonephritis in these patients may be only associated to hepatitis A virus or to another coincidental infection, including streptococcus, as in the patient in our clinical case, who presented prior coetaneous infection with hypochromic spots on the extremities (pyodermatitis stigma), pneumonia, hepatitis A documented with IgM antibodies for hepatitis A virus.
De la Sota's building is coetaneous with their life, but it is unlikely that they would consider it "their" contemporary architecture.
He opted instead for a more "studied, narrative-driven neutrality," to cite Michael Billington's phrase, penned in respect of Tim Carroll's coetaneous production of the Merchant with the RSC.
In the framework of the ongoing debates on the literary canon and the institutional dimension of literature, this article studies the organization, purposes, teaching curricula and revolutionary implications of the first chair of literary history (1786-1802) ever created in Spain, analyses the coetaneous texts related to the chair (v.
History refers to the set of narratives developed to capture and reconfigure coetaneous clusters of human ideas, emotions and actions as they occur within given spatial-temporal coordinates.
In fact, Fraunce's task in the Arcadian Rhetorike was precisely the analysis of all the rhetorical precepts that abounded in the composition of the classical and coetaneous poets that he selected.
What he does not answer is the extent to which two such texts do indeed "coexist within the same community of readers," or whether coetaneous readers inhabiting a common, or similar, literary imaginary can constitute separate reading communities.
Association of coetaneous most cell and sensory nerves with psychic stress in psoriasis.
running sores and coetaneous diseases of the most painful as well as contagious character infected the entire load.
In 1993 he published his Memorias, a painstakingly detailed narrative of his life, at odds in many points with a previously written biography by his son, Camilo Cela Conde, as well as with the recollections of his many friends and coetaneous narrators.
The first poem to be analyzed from this collection, "Claro cisne del Betis que, sonoro" (1186), treats Luis de Gongora, perhaps Lope's greatest rival and coetaneous critic.