- adj. common misspelling of divisible.
“Incredible for a modern human being to even contemplate such a position that regards humanity as divisable into separate inferior 'classes'.”
“Fucking Democrats in Fucking August of a year divisable by 4.”
“In 1981, a court case [McCarty v. McCarty, 453 U.S. 210 (1981)] determined that military pensions were not actually divisable assets in a divorce.”
“I thought, Billmonk lets several people share the bill for a divisable commodity.”
“In line with my comments here, I think that "the" Iraq conflict is already divisable into at least three clearly distinct phases, and I believe that it is flat-out wrong to suggest that what transpired in phase 2 was a direct result of the decision to carry out phase 1.”
“It will usually be necessary to avoid including the same drug under several dosages, which risks causing confusion in prescription and complicates management: paediatric doses can be obtained by dividing adult doses, made easier if the tablets are divisable.”
“In either form of review, the funding requests fall into three easily divisable groups: definitely fund, don't no matter what, and the hard cases.”
“(As I said above, copyright is infinitely divisable, so it’s possible that the translation right in the original is owned by a different party from the distribution right in the original who might also be different from the rights holder(s) in the first translation, but in practice this kind of division is uncommon.)”
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