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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Sever

 

(The North), a literary, artistic, and sociopolitical journal, organ of the Writers’ Unions of the RSFSR, Karelian ASSR, and Komi ASSR, and the writers’ organizations of Arkhangelsk and Vologda. Sever has been published monthly in Petrozavodsk since 1940; from 1940 to 1965 it appeared under the name Na rubezhe (On the Border). The principal sections of the journal are devoted to prose, poetry, publicistic writing, and literary criticism. Sever has published works by A. Prokof’ev, G. Fish, V. Saianov, M. Dudin, V. Belov, O. Fokina, and a number of Finnish writers (in Russian translation). Circulation, 19,000 (1974).

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"Since the 'right to control' test is incorporated in the first prong of the statute, the practical effect of striking the statute if it were not severable would be to eliminate the third prong, the so-called 'independent business' test.
Notably, since an arbitration clause is a contract severable from the underlying agreement in which it is embedded, the rejection of the underlying agreement does not and cannot operate as a rejection of the arbitration clause, (152) which is to be rejected expressly and nominatively.
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Its analysis began with the general standard for determining whether a contractual provision is severable as set out in a 1953 case.
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By statute, (12,13) however, Congress now also allows the use of funds, "for procurement of severable services for a period that begins in one fiscal year and ends in the next fiscal year if (without regard to any option to extend the period of the contract) the contract period does not exceed one year." (14) Severable services are those that are routine, repetitious services that can be divided by fiscal years because they involve a series of services such as janitorial work or grounds maintenance.
If the High Court rules that the individual mandate is unconstitutional, but holds that the provision is severable from the rest of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA,) this action would create the most negative credit impact on health insurers of any likely scenario, Moody's warned.
The care and commitment of our agencies is deeply rooted in our faith and something we do not believe simply is severable in order to remain in a position to partner with government."