Inseparately

In`sep´a`rate`ly


adv.1.Inseparably.
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"Secrecy arises and is inseparately linked to a special factor particular to churches--clericalism." He went on to describe clericalism as "an elitist mindset together with structures and patterns of behaviour that take it for granted that the cleric is intrinsically superior to the other members of the Church and deserves automatic deference." He added that this attitude produced a feudal or military culture that harboured no association with the problems at hand, and so the problems festered.
(2) Wells and Marwell (1976) noted over thirty years ago that measurement and theory are inseparately wed.