The chancel is divided from the nave by a fine open oak screen, coeval with the larger part of the building.
Such an eye was not born when the bird was, but is coeval with the sky it reflects.
According to ancient Hindoo authority, these hymns are coeval with creation.
They are, of course, coeval with the church, which is fine early Decorated.
The origin of nunneries was coeval with that of monasteries, and the history of female recluses runs parallel to that of the men.
The sedilia in the chancel seem to be coeval with that part of the church.
Society is based upon the "wants and fears" of men; and it is coeval with their origin.
The Church of St. Mary is built near the river, and is coeval with the castle.
Strange flower of human pity, blooming out of the blood of civil wars like some story of Italy in the coeval day of St. Francis.
It is clear from their position that Man was coeval with these two species.