indivisible


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impossible of undergoing division

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Nobody buys the indivisible good when the price exceeds [p.
Mass asset rule: The court first addressed the Service's determination that the contracts constituted a single, indivisible mass asset for which no loss was allowable.
If this were correct, we would say that time has an end, and its end is a period [of time] (An) that is indivisible, like a point on a line.
The crux of the matter seems to arise in his discussion of my traffic metaphor, during which he distinguishes between "coordinated individual goods," on which individualist liberals rely, and a "shared and inherently indivisible public good," which is the heart of the matter for republican liberals.
Human Field: (Human Being) An irreducible, indivisible, pandimensional energy field identified by pattern and manifesting characteristics that are specific to the whole and which can not be predicted from knowledge of the parts.
The stadium and its convention component are conceptually indivisible.
There's a principle here," he said in closing, "and I'm hoping the Court will uphold this principle so that we can finally go back and have every American want to stand up, face the flag, place their hand over their heart, and pledge to one nation, indivisible, not divided by religion, with liberty and justice for all.
It is the most radical assault on the notion of one nation, indivisible, that has occurred in our lifetime.
Capable of carrying loads of 1,200 tonnes along the coast and inland waterways, she will be used to move abnormal indivisible loads which cause chaos and delays on the roads.
It has been the domain of one faculty member who has been responsible for the course (the indivisible unit of the curriculum) he or she teaches.
Water Baptism and Spirit Baptism are a single indivisible action of the single indivisible Triune God.
He originally only wrote: ``I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.
Taxes, they claim, are an indispensable, indivisible part of that framework.
Under it, men and women have sacrificed life and limb to secure "one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Escher lithograph, "Drawing Hands," which portrays hands drawing themselves, thereby conveying the message that self and self-reference are indivisible and coequal.