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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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independent-remainder principle--that a statute is inseverable if its
In this relationship of warring yet inseverable partners Hyde is always-already an aspect of Jekyll, an idea given a satisfyingly doctrinal twist in Hogg's tale.
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(169) There is, then, an interrelation that is both ontological and analytical: ontological, since state torture is, by its nature, inseverable from its representational regime; and analytical, in that the critical evidentiary potential of torture images both enables and is enabled by a reconceptualization of state torture, so that images and conceptual horizons become inseparable.
Although similar to other arts in this respect, architecture had other facets inseverable from the aesthetic --scientific, economic, socio-cultural--already engaged in visual/textual competition for the discursive upper-hand, making professional authority difficult to bring under a political control whose predominant mode of address was text.
The court found that the statute did not destroy the common-law concept of a tenancy by the entirety, and that each spouse continues to have an "indestructible right of survivorship, and the estate remains inseverable and not subject to voluntary partition." Id.
(20) He took the damage caused by the self-regulating market to show that there is an inseverable tie between economy and society, an idea captured by the term "embeddedness".
"Japan and China have inseverable relations, and the two countries must solve problems through dialogue," Abe said in reference to Beijing's insistence on setting conditions for holding a bilateral summit.
"We salute the determination of President Plevneliev to preserve the inseverable adherence of Bulgaria to European values aaand the rule of law, and to call for transparency, moral and ethics.
(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.