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separable

adjective breakable, cleavable, divisible, partible, severable
Associated concepts: joint and separable liability, separabillty of arbitration, separable controversy, separable interest, separate provision
See also: divisible, divisive, moving, severable
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127) Therefore, in the event that a covered company does fail, the living will shall provide a map of the organization's material entities, core business lines, and critical operations, as well as a separability strategy to enable rapid liquidation of assets.
1983, 1985) nonparametric methods were used to test for separability in demand equations.
The separability doctrine] allow[s] a court to pluck from a potentially invalid contract a potentially val id arbitration agreement.
2) SPDP is able to explore the local submanifold structure hidden in high-dimensional data because the manifold learning is employed to characterize the local between-class separability.
But that lack of specificity does not in my view undermine the essential argument for the separability thesis.
Fisher contrast is used to design the kernel nonparametric TFRDCS, It is deliberately designed to maximize separability between classes and minimize the intra-class variance.
The other problem is that the candidates of the plaque boundary detected by the weighted image separability are unclear in some regions, which is caused by noise.
In terms of the separability requirement, there are critics and case law to support both the proposition that utilitarian and aesthetic aspects of fashion designs are totally separable and the proposition that they are not.
The separability of regarding something as unjustified and regretting it on balance is illustrated with the example of a broken promise that coincidentally saves a life.
The Renaissance art of rhetoric presumes the separability of meaning and expression, or res and verba, whereby figuration constitutes a secondary operation on a prior thought.
Separability is not a matter of convenience in this context : we will investigate what goes on in the non-separable case, where in general this "norming for free" property fails.
Key objections to the "objective happiness" framework are its implausible presuppositions regarding temporal separability and, even more fundamentally, the separability of the hedonic from the nonhedonic.