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inseparability

a characteristic of most SERVICES (for example, window cleaning, legal advice etc.) that reflects the fact that they are produced and consumed at the same time and thus cannot be stored. Contrast GOODS.
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The ancient times, do set forth in figure, both the incorporation, and inseparable conjunction, of counsel with kings, and the wise and politic use of counsel by kings: the one, in that they say Jupiter did marry Metis, which signifieth counsel; whereby they intend that Sovereignty, is married to Counsel: the other in that which followeth, which was thus: They say, after Jupiter was married to Metis, she conceived by him, and was with child, but Jupiter suffered her not to stay, till she brought forth, but eat her up; whereby he became himself with child, and was delivered of Pallas armed, out of his head.
She persisted until she finally conquered the elephant's prejudices, and now they are inseparable friends.
In a little while, their friendship growing with boyish rapidity, the pair were inseparable.
What is the reason that pain like this seems inseparable from perfection?
The other--that was he who took the money--had rather a careful and cautious look, which was perhaps inseparable from his occupation also.
Meaning nothing but a certain matured frivolity and selfishness, not always inseparable from full-blown years, I think she confirmed him in his fear that he was a constraint upon his young wife, and that there was no congeniality of feeling between them, by so strongly commending his design of lightening the load of her life.
It may be inseparable from the discrepancy in their years.
Pelet was no Fleming, but a Frenchman both by birth and parentage), yet the degree of harshness inseparable from Gallic lineaments was, in his case, softened by a mild blue eye, and a melancholy, almost suffering, expression of countenance; his physiognomy was "fine et spirituelle.
I, in a few weeks, conquered the teasing difficulties inseparable from the commencement of almost every career.
I stood in need of my inseparable companion; I called upon you, and you came to me in remembrance of our ancient device, 'All for one, one for all.
D'Artagnan, having tenderly embraced his two old friends, left Belle-Isle with the inseparable companion with whom M.
There go the inseparables," Yashvin dropped, glancing sarcastically at the two officers who were at that instant leaving the room.