indissolubility


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in·dis·sol·u·ble

 (ĭn′dĭ-sŏl′yə-bəl)
adj.
1. Permanent; binding: an indissoluble contract; an indissoluble union.
2. Impossible to dissolve, disintegrate, or decompose: an indissoluble compound.

in′dis·sol′u·bil′i·ty, in′dis·sol′u·ble·ness n.
in′dis·sol′u·bly adv.
Translations

indissolubility

n (Chem) → Unlöslichkeit f, → Unlösbarkeit f; (fig)Unauflöslichkeit f, → Unauflösbarkeit f
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It was some comfort (to those whose securities were not in jeopardy) to be able to remind themselves that Beaufort WAS; but, after all, if a Dallas of South Carolina took his view of the case, and glibly talked of his soon being "on his feet again," the argument lost its edge, and there was nothing to do but to accept this awful evidence of the indissolubility of marriage.
The Catholic Church upholds the indissolubility of marriage; he accepts divorce.
Second, Jordan argues persuasively that Christian theology, with its ambiguities about the indissolubility of marriage and its conflicts about erotic sexuality, has served heterosexual couples as poorly as it has gays and lesbians.
It is remarkable that their truth is found only in their indissolubility.
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The indissolubility of marriage was part of the divine natural order and
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At stake for Christine is the indissolubility of human identity in the idea of God, as her pronoun's haunting of the introductory epistle's vocabulary insists: "die," "Lie," "I," "smiling," "bride," "climb," "ripe," "life," "sigh," "reply" (p.
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Perhaps it might be better said that loving words affirm the indissolubility of violence and affection in the master-slave relation, and that the love the master speaks is a love for and of himself extended in the pleasures of property.
Governmental legislation regarding women's rights and family was narrow and reactionary, and affirmed the indissolubility of marriage and the state control of prostitution.
The indissolubility of marriage was the basis of the work of the Patriarchal court, and lost virginity and honor under the pretext of a promise of marriage occupied the work of the Executors.