inseverable


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inseverable

adjective bound up with, impartible, indivisible, inextricable, infrangible, infusible, inseparable, insoluble, irresolvable, joined, one, unbreakable, undividable, united
See also: indivisible, inextricable, inseparable
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means declaring a statute inseverable and striking down the entire
19) The validity of the specific provision within the Tax Bonus Act pertaining to the plaintiff's payment was considered inseverable from the remainder of the Act, and a declaration as to the validity of the entire Act was therefore a necessary step in determining the specific matter raised by the plaintiff.
For difficult it is to imagine a more deadly pest to the community than the wish to declare dissoluble a bond which the law of God has made perpetual and inseverable.
223) The ECJ concluded that the Aviation Directive does not breach Open Skies Agreement provisions that exempt fuel from taxes and other fees as it found no direct or inseverable link exists between the cost of the Aviation Directive and fuel used.
The other student outcome measures were found to be inseverable from the loan-repayment measure and the entire substantive rule was vacated.
guaranteed issue" provisions, are inseverable from the
the individual mandate is unconstitutional and inseverable.
Indeed, the problem is difficult even if a legislature explicitly states that an enactment (or group of enactments) is inseverable and should be deemed to no effect if any application is held to be unconstitutional.
unless the judgment was rendered against parties having a united and inseverable interest in the judgment's subject matter, which itself permits no inconsistent application among the parties.
But he also says, "Where Bruno took radical departure from Ficino was in his view that, just as contraries like heat and cold are inseverable from one another at the highest as well as at the lowest stages of the heroic lover's drive to the infinite, so are the contraries of harmonizing supernatural frenzy and discordant natural melancholy" (324).
The Catholic school board is an inseverable part of the Roman Catholic Church.
Perhaps for the purposes that imputation serves, the identification between Bernard and Isabella is inseverable when Bernard reasonably appears to the third party with whom he deals, and whose legal relations with Isabella are at issue, to be dealing on Isabella's behalf.