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indivisible

Maths leaving a remainder when divided by a given number
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More interestingly, the community's demand curve for an indivisible good is a simple inversion of the distribution of income.
The motherland is of course indivisible, but to knowingly send these youths to their deaths?
Kosovo's parliament unanimously endorsed the country's first constitution, which declares it a secular republic, "an independent, sovereign, democratic, unique and indivisible state" with its own "Foreign Ministry, Defence Ministry, security force, constitutional court and intelligence agency".
As He is one indivisible whole, so each life in His creation is not fragmented but also whole and complete, expressing wisdom and love in every situation.
Our vision for development must be indivisible from our vision to tackle climate change," Mr Benn said.
The IRS disallowed the claimed deductions in full, determining that Capital failed to establish that it incurred any loss and that the contracts were components of indivisible intangible assets.
So, all the fire and water is in its center, as is every [other] body, whereas if we were to consider the center to be what you have imagined there would not be any body in its center, because the center is an indivisible point and bodies are divisible and their place is with them.
Author Nancy Segal is Professor of Psychology of the Twin Studies center at CSU Fullerton: her professional career has been devoted to the study of identical and fraternal twins, and INDIVISIBLE BY TWO: LIVES OF EXTRAORDINARY TWINS reflects this long history, following up on her ENTWINED LIVES to reveal the lives of 10 sets of twins, one set of triplets and a set of quads.
These transcripts, along with the other essays in Museum Highlights, are a testament to Fraser's forcefulness as a writer, one for whom the act of writing--and by necessity reading and researching--is indivisible from her practice as an artist.
As this suggests, individualist liberalism is tempted to justify government authority in terms of coordinated individual goods, rather than of a shared and inherently indivisible public good (res publica is Latin for "public thing" or "thing held in common").
Little wonder that though singer/songwriter Jake Thackray died in 2002, his humour and music, completely indivisible, live on.
Just as Christ's sacred flesh has power to make those in whom it is present into one body, so the one, indivisible Spirit of God, dwelling in all, causes all to become one in spirit.