Adjective(1) capable of being divided or dissociated
(1) This approach may work well enough on domestic issues where the goodies - tax credits, Social Security checks, new schools, lower insurance premiums - are concrete and separable .(2) In fact, social status throughout Polynesia had two quite distinct and separable aspects to it.(3) These two areas of contention were distinct from each other, but not really separable .(4) We are fond of separating style and content but they aren't separable : they come from the same place.(5) I argue that Christianity and conservatism are indeed thoroughly separable .(6) The production of academic knowledge in American universities was never separable from the overall social, political, and economic requirements of the American state.(7) The institutions and mechanisms of governance of African states are often no longer separable from the international mechanisms of governance with which they are engaged.(8) Property rights are not separable from an action.(9) The parts are of course separable and debatable.(10) With older forms of communication, generic information, such as addresses on envelopes or telephone numbers, is separable from content, such as letters and telephone conversations.(11) Technical limits relate to the extent to which services are separable from the core activities of the firm in question.(12) He has come out of his own story; and this is perhaps the best definition that can be offered of a great literary character: that he becomes a separable being.(13) But there is another factor and that's why I think it's quite important to be able to look at Maori mental health as a distinctive problem that is separable from socio-economic disadvantage.(14) Legality and enforcement are to some substantial degree separable - here more than in the criminal law, I would suggest.(15) But this doesn't look like the world of presidential elections, where there are many separable policy dimensions: economic liberty, personal liberty, foreign policy, and so on.(16) However, in practice, the roles of Commissioners on the one hand and of the services on the other are not as separable or as distinguishable as these provisions of the Code imply.
1. divisible ::
2. distinct ::
3. independent ::
7. pull-off ::
1. indivisible ::
2. inseparable ::
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