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* "Human happiness and moral duty are inseparably connected."
EU Deputy Ambassador Bruno Pozzi said human rights, democracy and rule of law are inseparably connected.
Local language email addresses are inseparably linked with Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) and can currently be registered in these 15 languages according to .IN Registry, which is responsible for registering IDNs in India.
Travel facilities are inseparably linked with the availability of a decent infrastructure in any given territory.
The size of solder joint shrinkage in electronic systems further makes EM and TMF an inseparably coupled issue.
Gen Bajwa called for supremacy of merit and economic development of Pakistan that was inseparably linked with functional democracy.
It is yet another demonstration that medieval economics was inseparably joined to morality and church doctrine, and Hole has presented compelling evidence that economic ethics pervaded all levels of English society in this era.
The Belgian Grand Prix is inseparably linked with the seven-time world champion as he made his debut there in 1991, won his first race at Spa-Francorchamps in 1992 and delivered many spectacular races in the often damp conditions at the winding hillside track.
The artist feels very close to the art of basketry as he was born in a community of Limassol which is inseparably connected to basketry.
Stefan Brungs, member of the board of management of Bugatti Automobiles, said, 'Monaco is inseparably linked with the brand history of Bugatti - Louis Chiron, who gave his name to our new super sports car, was born here and became a legend when he won the Monaco Grand Prix in 1931.'
A 2011 study commissioned by the Quandt family, which has owned BMW for decades, found that then-owner GEaA-nther Quandt was "linked inseparably with the crimes of the Nazis".
"My sense of the heavens' beauty, of eternity, was inseparably mixed for me with a sense of transience--and death," he wrote in the July 26th New York Times.