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indivisible

Maths leaving a remainder when divided by a given number
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In other words, as far as state practice is concerned, the indivisibility of sovereignty on the international plane seems to have been superseded no less than its indivisibility on the internal one.
The plethora of strategies could send confusing signals to developing countries about the universality and indivisibility of human rights.
Rand was not the only person to claim the indivisibility of rights.
It's a sign of the indivisibility of all the (28) allies," he said.
Urbanisation economies stem from the indivisibility of fixed costs in urban public goods provision, on the one hand, and from the non-exclusivity and/or indivisibility in the consumption of urban public goods on the other (O'Sullivan, 2007).
System still working - but there is a visible indivisibility about it that warms the soul without the help of the roiling, boiling sun.
The Human Rights Council should support governments to guarantee that their public policies respect, protect and promote the right to adequate food, in the context of the indivisibility of rights.
Our main clue is that the apparently avoidable conflicts become unavoidable when a large indivisibility is at stake and there is no third party at hand that can enforce an allocation.
She considers Foxe's Sermon for its discourse on the indivisibility of race and theology within Judaism, an example of extant "proto-racialized thinking" in Shakespeare's England despite claims of its anachronism (77).
Like other victims of neurobiological trauma, Molaison was an illustration of the fact that medical research has upended common-sense notions about the indivisibility of personality.
In this dancer, you detect a similar indivisibility of musical chops and knowing attitude.
In L'Iguana (1965), Ortese reiterates humanity's indivisibility from nature, reaffirms the primacy of the spiritual, and explicitly distances herself from conventional temporal and spatial parameters of bourgeois consensus reality.