- adj. Of, pertaining to, or employing a coalition
“Governments in Israel reflect coalitionary power relations and are the highest decision-making forum.”
“Liverpool, except that Mr. Huskisson and some two or three of the coalitionary whigs, were retained.”
“He asserts that both male humans and chimpanzees, our closest genetic relatives, are "natural warriors" with an innate predisposition toward "coalitionary killing," which dates back to our common ancestor.”
“He also acknowledged that "there are various sites where scientists have studied chimpanzees without any record of coalitionary killing or other kinds of violence.”
“Researchers have never observed coalitionary killing among bonobos.”
“In other words, researchers at a typical site directly observe one killing every seven years. in a response to Sussman and Marshack, published in the same volume as their analysis, that chimpanzee coalitionary killings are "certainly rare.”
“Mitani, for example, estimates the mortality rate from coalitionary attacks in Kibale to be as high as "2,790 per 100,000 individuals per year.”
“But the researchers witnessed only 18 coalitionary killings.”
“If males trade grooming and coalitionary support [Watts, 2002], we would therefore expect a small alpha male to exhibit high grooming rates.”
“Our observations indicate that territorial conflict leads chimpanzees in some groups to cede land to members of other groups as a consequence of lethal coalitionary aggression.”
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