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divisible

adjective apportionable, bisectable, capable of being divided, cleavable, detachable, dissectible, disseverable, dividable, dividual, fissile, fissionable, partible, scissile, separable, severable, subdivisible, susceptible of apportionment, susceptible of division, tearable
Associated concepts: divisible contract, divisible covenant, divisible divorce, divisible guaranty, divisible offense
See also: divisive, part, partial, separable, severable

DIVISIBLE. The susceptibility of being divided.
     2. A contract cannot, in general, be divided in such a manner that an action may be brought, or a right accrue, on a part of it. 2 Penna. R. 454. But some contracts are susceptible of division, as when a reversioner sells a part of the reversion to one man, and a part to another, each shall have an action for his share of the rent, which may accrue on a contract, to pay a particular rent to the reversioner. 3 Whart. 404; and see Apportionment. But when it is to do several things, at several times, an action will lie upon every default. 15 Pick. R. 409. See 1 Greenl. R. 316; 6 Mass. 344. See Entire.

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However, the major chunk of the revenues came from the federal government under divisible pool.
The pool of divisible taxes, which are collected by the federal government , include taxes on income; wealth tax capital value tax; taxes on the sales and purchases of goods imported, exported, produced, manufactured or consumed; export duties on cotton; customs duties; federal excise duties excluding the excise duty on gas charged at well-head, and any other tax which may be levied by the Federal Government.
The ministry also proposed to set aside a percentage share for the government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJ and K) and Gilgit-Baltistan, as well as for the establishment of a fund for security-related and disaster management expenditure, changing the composition of divisible pool and sharing of reduced cost of the energy.
At present, the Centre gets 42.5% from the divisible pool and the rest is distributed among provinces on the basis of multiple criteria including population size, revenue generation, inverse population density and poverty.
Next, ask your students to consider a similar problem with the four digits 1, 2, 3 and 4, but this time the number formed by the four digits must be divisible by 4 as well.
Divisibility by 22: An integer N was divisible by 22 if and only if (EQUATION) was divisible by 11.
The teacher should then review the digits provided to each group, the possible three-digit numbers combinations, and which (if any) of them are divisible by three.
Especially considering that 36 is divisible by 12!" If you feel the need to have a lie down after that, please find a comfortable spot.
Second, it brought in two distribution bases: 1) the divisible pool (which included all taxes except one-sixth of sales tax) and 2) one-sixth of the sales tax (which was given in lieu of the abolition of octroi/zila tax).
Prove that [a.sup.6] - [b.sup.6] is divisible by 7.
It has 4,880 sq meters of divisible exhibition space; a 1,944 sq meter banquet hall that can seat 2,000 persons; and 1,053 sq meters of divisible meeting room spaces.
Then n is called a super Niven number when n is divisible by all of its subdigital sums.