indissolvable


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indissolvable

(ˌɪndɪˈsɒlvəbəl)
adj
indissoluble
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In his recent autobiographical book Tibetan Peach Pie, Robbins reports an experience of satori, or Zen insight, in 1966 in which he "was witness to an indissolvable totality of reality" (2014, 89).
In fact, I believe we should be setting out in legislation that the Scottish Parliament is permanent, it's irreversible, it's indissolvable.
Their inflexibility tells us quite a lot about how they see politics, power, popular authority and sovereignty, namely in old-fashioned, indissolvable, absolutist terms.
Part One of the Constitution should define South Sudan as a Republic whose Ten States co-exist in an indissolvable Union represented by Federal Government that is empowered with sovereignty in the territorial borders drawn by the British and left intact on January 1, 1956, as well as in external representations.