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undividable

(ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdəbəl)
adj
unable to be divided
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Adj.1.undividable - cannot be divided without leaving a remainder
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
indivisible - impossible of undergoing division; "an indivisible union of states"; "one nation indivisible"
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It is important for policymakers in Lebanon who are sailing in the middle of a perfect storm, due to international, regional and domestic winds, to recognize the true nature of the strategic planning process, and the undividable role that social groups, academia, syndicates and all sorts of social actors can play in this process.
The bloc broached an array of crucial items on its agenda, notably the Syrian displacement and its perils on Lebanon, the forthcoming parliamentary elections and the need to stage them in accordance with agreed upon reforms in a timely manner without any hindrance, the simmering economic situation and the undividable 'budget, salary scale and related revenues' trio.
2: The photon [gamma] (blue) is the undividable quantum of action whose momentum resides on its wavelength, and equivalently, whose energy is within its period of time.
She comments that "what is most undividable is the love between mother and child; what is most difficult to be resolved are the life problems of one's family" (1).
The Minister said that the sentiment of state and the national responsibility are correlative concepts that are undividable, particularly in this situation witnessed at the present time, stressing that the Syria that is heading to victory needs efforts of all the national political powers and all its people.
We will prove once again that our country is undividable, and that it is moving forward in promoting the values of goodness, tolerance and national cohesion through the maintenance and protection of rights of all interests," he added.
The stem kat- in the word kat-(ma) 'to cover' is in contemporary Estonian undividable lexical morpheme.
The fact that the test persons were able to identify each part of the artificially created konggap consisting of two elements from different persons, means that each konggap must consist of distinct parts, or elements, and that it is not identified as an undividable musical unit.
13) Richard Foley, "Plato's Undividable Line: Contradiction and Method in Republic VI," Journal of the History of Philosophy 46 (2008): 4.
However, the latter component of EM field is undividable from its source charges and therefore, the use of (A2) (where the omission of the Lagrange density for source charges is obvious) in the derivation of symmetric EMEM tensor can not be considered as general since it is not applicable to the whole system with charged particles.
In this context via the use of music, Soyinka suggests that the European concept of music cannot explain the type of music that African people have, and they may not fully understand its relationship with ritual and drama, especially among Yoruba; as he insists that the nature of Yoruba music and language are the same, and undividable (147).