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indivisible

Maths leaving a remainder when divided by a given number
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Different authors associate videogames and their use with the choice of virtual or face-to-face presence of the player (Gee, 2008), a choice that is indivisibly linked to participation and the respect for the norms.
In this regard, it is evident that the above two rights are indivisibly associated with each other.
And now the capstone word is this: these two stories are at last indivisibly one.
The creation of memory, whether personal or as a product of 'hegemonic narratives', is indivisibly linked to enduring 'contestations' and with that the quest and very meaning of 'truth'.
595) That opinion claimed that the foreign affairs power belonged indivisibly to the President because the power originated not with the States, but rather was an incident of sovereignty, passing "from the Crown to the colonies in their collective and corporate capacity" as a result "of the separation from Great Britain.
In the company of the interpretative act, law gains strength to reinvent itself in conformity with the needs of the society it serves; the receptivity of the legal system to contemporary conjunctures, as well as its ability to look back in the past and forth into the future, to formulate viable reasonings, adherent to reality are indivisibly linked to the process of legal interpretation.
While fully and indivisibly Israeli, my father still felt ties to his native land, keeping abreast of American politics and even baseball standings.
The Church of England was understandably reluctant to part couples they had already declared to be as indivisibly joined as "Christ and his church" (Book of Common Prayer 311).
The Standards aim at balancing the expected experience, skills and knowledge of candidates by combining individual elements which are indivisibly related, and abolish the reliability on mere administrative fulfilment of hitherto criteria and methods.
The true subject of perfection--the individual human being together with and indivisibly from the collective human being.
Thomas Aquinas, "consists in a certain indivisible intimacy of spirit by which one spouse is bound to keep faith indivisibly with the other," and involved in this is "mutual deference of one to the other.
Moreover, the rule of the law in the Kingdom a"as in other advanced democratic systemsa" is totally and indivisibly correlated with the respect of the rulings of the judiciary, which is a corner stone in developed countries.