What I loved about the books that I was being read was they seemed to belong to no real world, because nothing in them physically was coterminous with anything I knew.
The fiction that we are not coterminous with ourselves comes early to some and perhaps never or only hazily to others.
This influence is not coterminous with national territorial boundaries, however.
The boundaries of the committees are coterminous with the 42 police services operating in the same area.
This process is to a large extent coterminous with bodily decomposition, which is the obverse of gestation.
Unmatched in the variety and number of its megafauna, the park shelters the world's largest concentration of elk and is one of the last remaining strongholds of the grizzly bear in the coterminous states.
At the very core of the principle of universal access is the idea that access is coterminous with being a ‘stake-holder’ in the matter being discussed.
The chief legacy of the Tudors in terms of state formation was perhaps to create the circumstances in which a multiple monarchy coterminous with the British Isles emerged in 1603.
This was the era when the game was the near-exclusive preserve of British and Irish players, many of whose attitudes and preoccupations were coterminous with the often tough, uncompromising fans who paid to watch them.
The boundaries of constituencies in both parliaments would be coterminous in order to allow clear local political accountability.