undivorced

undivorced

(ˌʌndɪˈvɔːst)
adj
(Law) not divorced; still married
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Education in self-knowledge, in scientific truth and in industrial technique, undivorced from the art of beauty.
This is not undivorced from Reamer's (2001) belief that the teaching of social work should aim to inculcate analytical skills and dispositions in students, stimulate both their moral imagination and their sense of obligation and personal responsibility and develop their ability to respond appropriately and effectively to ethical controversy and ambiguity.
Welcome to the world of the undivorced, where couples opt to live a life of compromise rather than go through the socio- economic and emotional hassle of a legal separation.
Moreover, they show significant levels of generalized anxiety, but similar to that of the other group of children (undivorced parents).
Wesley (undivorced) and Suter soon set up housekeeping, and Wesley fathered seven more children.
She could never be his wife for she had an undivorced husband living." Here, the applicant's attorney critiques the notion of the invented identity: she may have "imagined herself his wife" but she was wrong.
He turned for solace to the embrace of an undivorced English-born woman twenty years older than himself who had four children.
Cases are also appropriate when examining: (1) a contemporary phenomenon undivorced from its real life context; (2) a phenomenon that is not well-understood; (3) a phenomenon that is contextualized and systematic such that it is difficult to divorce it from its context, as with experiments for example (Yin, 1981).
See generally Annotation, Validity of Marriage Celebrated Mile Spouse by Former Marriage of One of the Parties was Living and Undivorced, in Reliance Upon Presumption from Lapse of Time of Death of Such Spouse, 93 A.L.R.