from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being indivisible.
- n. An indivisible factor or object.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or property of being indivisible or inseparable; inseparability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or property of being indivisible.
We pass large color posters declaring Ossetia's "indivisibility" and a lonely bust of Vladimir Lenin standing in a dusty parking lot in front of a filthy WC.
God's indivisibility draws a line in the sand against science.
Authorial autonomy backlash in next major amendments: work for hire and joint work doctrines limited, indivisibility abandoned, formalities gradually eliminated, and termination of transfer right created (temporal fragmentation).
Anxiety about atomism produced changes: work for hire doctrine; joint works were subject to undivided rights; “indivisibility” doctrine, creation of private groups to aggregate rights like ASCAP.
The work of the ILO in our country has highlighted the indivisibility of social, political and economic concerns.
And although the administration has made positive statements about the indivisibility of rights and the importance of recognition of economic, social and cultural rights, there has been no concrete action to fully incorporate those principles into domestic policies.
If all women, men, youth and children know, own and internalize human rights as relevant to their daily struggles, the inclusiveness, universality indivisibility, and interconnectedness of human rights would have people participate proactively and positively in the decisions that determine their lives.
It is "organic" in the same sense that the entire body of this artist's work is organic -- in its intimate, sensual connection with nature, its indivisibility, its living, breathing, constantly expanding growth, its continuity with everything that surrounds it.
That argument in itself takes a good deal for granted about the already current rhetoric of God being beyond all representation and God's essence or substance being beyond all concept, as well as appealing to the indivisibility of the human and the divine in Jesus.
As decreed by the Convention, the Tribunal would have jurisdiction over "all counterrevolutionary activities, all attacks on liberty, equality, unity, the indivisibility of the Republic, the internal and external security of the state, and all plots tending to reestablish the monarchy or any other authority hostile to liberty, equality, and the sovereignty of the people" (qtd. in HD 823).