indivisible entity

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Because antagonism and hatred between fellow Christians can be so virulent and divisive, no universal concord exists among Christian denominations that would allow them to unite into one, indivisible entity.
Sinn Fein and the IRA, that indivisible entity which controls Republicanism via the ballot box and the bomb in Ulster, sits like a spider waiting for all its enemies to become enmeshed in its web.
He confirmed that the UCC and private education are an indivisible entity.
Article 3 specifies, "The Turkish state, with its territory and nation, is an indivisible entity.
Ojukwu's former arch-rival, Gen Yakubu Gowon, said the fact that n Ojukwu valued peace and had helped build a united Nigeria made him pray to that Ojukwu would return home after ie receiving treatment in London, so "we could continue the struggle to keep Nigeria as one indivisible entity.
Nigeria is one united and indivisible entity where citizens are at liberty to reside where they desire and practise whatever faith," Hafiz Ringim said in the statement.
The people of Bahrain have always been one indivisible entity before this party rudely elbowed its way between us to drag the kingdom into a crisis that cost the national economy considerable losses.
Karl and his mountain, actually called Swearing Hill, and Sandgate were one, one indivisible entity.
From the beginning, Gilbert & George have insisted that they are, creatively, one single indivisible entity.