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  • adj. Impossible to share.


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un- +‎ shareable


  • Thus, although it is an important truth that the products of thinking may be publishable truths or falsehoods (and not unshareable introspectibles), this is true for only some types of thinking (1979b, 85).

    Gilbert Ryle

  • But let me say to the mothers and fathers, the brothers and sisters, the grandparents and children, the friends of those who have died, we know your pain is unimaginable and, to some extent, unshareable, but America grieves with you and prays that you will be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

    Presidents Remarks At Tel Aviv Arts Center

  • But the sea is a mighty soul, forever moaning of some great, unshareable sorrow, which shuts it up into itself for all eternity.

    Anne's House of Dreams

  • The awful individuality of each soul, and its unshareable personal responsibility, come solemnly to view in the words which superficial readers pass by: 'Not so, lest there be not enough for us and you.'

    Expositions of Holy Scripture : St. Matthew Chaps. IX to XXVIII

  • There's the obvious downside: These comics are protected and unshareable.

    techno weenie - Home

  • (They're bad: my natters; quell: unable; never thrill; unbearable) (Jus 'leave a nasty comment if you thought this was unshareable)

    Latest amIright Song Parodies

  • Jus 'leave a nasty comment if you thought this was unshareable

    Latest amIright Song Parodies

  • Most of this isn't implemented yet, but the basic idea is that each module will be either shareable or unshareable.

    Planet Python

  • We can put the hatchery bound at 2M, which becomes the maximum amount of unshareable data per branch.

    Planet Haskell


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