Subdivisible

Sub`di`vis´i`ble


a.1.Susceptible of subdivision.
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First: According to magnitude I divide the whales into three primary BOOKS(subdivisible into Chapters), and these shall comprehend them all, both small and large.
Since we choose from a universally shared fund of these signs, the nature of our subjectivity is "not at all contradictory with mass status" and it is a priori "fractal [...], both subdivisible to infinity and indivisible" (Baudrillard 2011, 64).
Los entes son distintos unos de otros y estan separados unos respecto de otros, pero su ser real no es subdivisible >> (20).
In the new conference center wing of the headquarters, a large room is subdivisible by movable partitions into three smaller training rooms.
La 1a) esta conectada, en fase aplicativa, con los criterios de la coherence y de la consistency (un sistema de creencia se dice coherent si es logicamente consistent; si tiene un alto grado de consistency problematica; si presenta un numero significativo de conexiones inferenciales relativamente fuertes entre las creencias-componentes; si esta relativamente unificado, o sea, no es subdivisible en subsistemas 'desconectados'; si contiene pocas anomalias inexplicadas; si provee una concepcion relativamente estable del mundo pero siendo coherent) (9).
Under free competition, thus far only commodities that are laboriously reproducible, durable, subdivisible, and mobile have been established as means of payment.
First: According to magnitude I divide the whales into three primary BOOKS (subdivisible into CHAPTERS), and these shall comprehend them all, both small and large.
(11) The coast of Britain is infinitely subdivisible, which is to say that it is "fractal" or statistically self-similar.
A grand, subdivisible volume of white walls and wall partitions is floored in strips of polished oak and roofed with coffers that run east/west and admit a subtle and modulated natural light into the calm interior.