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indivisible

Maths leaving a remainder when divided by a given number
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The author then resumes arguments for the possible immortality of the soul, which are characterized by the following: (1) their use of deductive inferences from the soul's nature in its indivisibility and in its natural indestructibility (for a soul can only be destroyed by a divine annihilation); (2) their interactional non-Cartesian dualism; (3) their ethical approach; and (4) their logic based upon religious beliefs.
The former King has expressed serious worry on deteriorating stage of our sovereignty, independence, national unity, social harmony and national indivisibility after the political change which was brought by distributing the dream of new Nepal.
The authorities have taken measures to maintain national unity, peace and the indivisibility of the country.
Going on and on about the indivisibility of the Muslim nation or the imperative of 'development' will not address the suspicions of politically conscious elements in the peripheries.
His views were also reflected in the declaration which reiterated commitment to open, inclusive and transparent international security architecture, based on the principles of international law, indivisibility of security, peaceful settlement of disputes, non-use of force or threat of force, for the benefit of strengthening peace, stability and sustainable development in Asia and beyond.
The speakers reiterated commitment to open, inclusive and transparent international security architecture, based on the principles of international law, indivisibility of security, peaceful settlements of disputes, non-use of force or threat of force, for the benefit of strengthening peace, stability and sustainable development in Asia and beyond.
Swiss political model and the core values embedded in its historical tradition and legal orders defend and promote the universality, the interdependence and indivisibility of human rights'.
respect for international human rights principles, including universality, indivisibility, interdependence, and interrelatedness of all human rights and fundamental freedoms, as well as impartiality, objectivity, non-selectivity, non-discrimination, and avoidance of double standards and politicisation - is immediately followed by 2.
Doha's ties with the Iranian regime and other terrorist groups constituted an unfortunate development in historic relations leading to a split in Gulf unity and affecting cohesion and indivisibility.
This policy of indivisibility means that if the FIT allowance for a set of projects was, say 200 megawatts, and the last to qualify had 50 MW when the remaining balance was only 30 MW, the entire 50 MW would be approved by regulators.
Moreover, though clearly not suggested to become members of ASEAN, given the indivisibility of peace and prosperity, the increasing connectivity of issues beyond Southeast Asia, it is important that ASEAN deepen cooperation with at least two neighbouring states, namely Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh, and indeed with countries in the Indian Ocean and Pacific Oceans more generally.
Bulgaria supports the core elements of the draft guidelines, including the EU's unified positions, meaning that there will be no separate negotiations between individual Member States and the UK; orderly withdrawal so as to reduce uncertainty for natural or legal persons; indivisibility of the four freedoms of the Single Market; the principle that "nothing is agreed until everything is agreed"; and a phased approach, meaning that the European Council will determine when sufficient progress has been achieved in the negotiations under Article 50 to allow negotiations to proceed to the framework for the future EU-UK relationship.