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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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Both this and some ideas already present in Love and Responsibility are nearly literally represented in Humanae Vitae, including the "inseparability principle." This discovery sheds light on the effort that John Paul II put into two of his most important works on marriage and on morality, Familiaris Consortio and Veritatis Splendor.
What Lieber (2005: 377) considers as "perhaps the strongest test of compoundhood" is inseparability of compound constituents, meaning that an arbitrary modifier cannot be freely inserted into a compound.
In "Modern Tendencies in Poetry," Eliot proposes the idea of the conceptual inseparability of the psychological and the physiological systems of the body.
Beyond truth we move into method, methods of seeing and of knowing inseparability, Her."
In his first foreign-policy address, Trump alluded to John Quincy Adams's signature statement about the inseparability of foreign and domestic policy:
As Green asserts in the introduction, the analytical thread tying together the volume's diverse contributions is the inseparability of Indigenous and human rights.
The decision-making matrix model consists of 10 independent variables as the service features, including intangibility, inseparability, heterogeneity, demand uncertainty, technological uncertainty, complexity, competitive status, the number of alternative suppliers, contact with the final client, and importance or sensitivity of the service, as well as one dependent variable; i.e., propensity for outsourcing the services.
In his conclusion, he looks at Schenker's theory from the present, at its usefulness and limitations, and at the inseparability of the theory from its ideological foundations.
Juxtaposing signs of empire with scenes of cruelty, the poet sees in Arthurs rise further evidence of the inseparability of imperial authority and the death of the innocent.
Calling attention to the inseparability of the Bible mission story and theology in discussion of missions enables Goheen to provide a robust reflection on the interrelatedness of several theological concerns such as Scripture, eschatology, soteriology, Christology, ecclesiology, and pneumatology.
Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst) reads archival, oral-history, and literary sources to demonstrate the ideological centrality and inseparability of "race," "nation," and "family," in definitions of Cuban identity.
He goes on to discuss Daniel's interpretive evidence as well as his own position on the inseparability of faith and evidence.