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(of a substance) incapable of being dissolved


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Yet these two noble and intelligent creatures, united by the indissoluble ties of maternal and filial love, had succeeded in tacitly understanding one another, and economizing their stores, and Albert had been able to tell his mother without extorting a change of countenance, -- "Mother, we have no more money.
I knew by her stony eye--opaque to tenderness, indissoluble to tears--that she was resolved to consider me bad to the last; because to believe me good would give her no generous pleasure: only a sense of mortification.
Now the task of manufacturers of standard samples, testing and testing analytical laboratories is to observe an indissoluble chain of comparisons for the transfer of units of values ?
Canons 1055-1057 of the church's Code of Canon Law define marriage as an indissoluble union between a man and woman.
The task that they have set for themselves is a noble one and must be accomplished if the nation is to remain an indissoluble entity.
There was a photo album, too, recording the time when your days were indissoluble from mine, along with your teething ring, two feeding bottles, half a dozen containers of Similac formula, four packs of Cerelac with wheat and rice, four cartons of Milupa tea, a bag of nappies and four bottles of mineral water.
In his remarks at the inaugural ceremony, Ambassador Syrus Qazi said the last 70 years of Pakistan-Turkey diplomatic relations is a story of unparalleled, unprecedented and indissoluble relationship of brotherhood, mutual trust, affection and selflessness.
The court ruled "the law encroached state powers regarding popular consultations," and that it "violated, among other constitutional principles, the supremacy of the Constitution, national sovereignty and the indissoluble unity of the Spanish nation," El Pais quoted the decision as saying.
We will continue to teach the sons and daughters of the Church that marriage is an indissoluble bond of man and woman,' the CBCP president, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, said in 2015.
When Texas became one of the United States, she entered into an indissoluble relation," the Supreme Court ruling read.
As I am honored to convey to you salutations from both people and government, I do hereby greet Egypt the host country in the name our poet al-Akhtal the younger, who'd sang the praises of an indissoluble Arab bond between our peoples and nations, the minister said.
Pope Francis used the phrase, "The family, founded on indissoluble marriage, unitive and procreative," and stated that a marriage entered into with little understanding of church teaching was not necessarily invalid--both indications that a new view of divorce will not be forthcoming.
To the extent we can create close cross-cultural, cross-racial friendships, we create bonds that are indissoluble.
Conservatives say the Church has no authority to change the doctrine because Jesus taught that marriage is indissoluble.
Thousands of years of experience have confirmed the common-sense belief that marriage is a firm and indissoluble sexual union between a man and a woman (male and female).