unseparable

Related to unseparable: inseparable

unseparable

(ʌnˈsɛpərəbəl)
adj
obsolete not able to be separated
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So the use of technology and new educational tools is considered as the unseparable duty of any teacher.
She claims that their only link is in fact the 1947 Song Celebration, after which they figure as an unseparable whole in the speeches of the EC(b)P CC 8th Plenum in March 1950 (Lippus 2008:192, Verbatim records .
Stents have travelled a long journey in last 15 years starting as bail out process to an unseparable part of PTCA.
2, the algorithm was able to find a neural network for classification of three linearly unseparable classes with one mistakenly classified sample of the test data set.
But he said: "Just to say to Mumbai - unending, unseparable, unborn - all of you who helped us make the film and all of you who didn't, thank you so much.
Peaks of eupatin, chrysosplenol-D and the unseparable mixture of casticin and chrysoplenetin were also identified by the comparison of their retention times with those of the isolated compounds.
Even though, according to Berman, the project can take various forms, it is nevertheless unseparable from the translated text.
This "Yahwist Account" teaches that "Woman belongs to the same 'material' as man does; from their very origins they are an unseparable union" (p.
In summary, the 'ideal worker' for branch management in BANK -- as reconstructed from the accounts of our interviewees -- has gradually shifted throughout the process of organizational reform from notions which were unseparable from a man's body, to assumptions built on more gender-ambiguous imagery, which no longer necessarily exclude women.
The road to becoming a communist youth was unseparable from the highly gendered process of growing up.
Their common objective was to guide modelers in representing, in some intelligible fashion, the unseparable key conjunctions perceived in complex systems.
In the surviving papers I smell a mixture of professional jealousies and whitewash in an unseparable compound.