inseparable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in se puh ruh buhl

  • s  not capable of being separated
    inseparable pieces of rock

  • After that night, motherhood and massacre became inseparable for Ding and others like her.
  • They have been inseparable, with the exception of my father's service in World War II, since kindergarten.
  • But the ravishing charm and brilliance of his films are inseparable from his convictions.
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in FOXNews
    This budget is inseparable from this recovery because it is what lays the foundation for a secure and lasting prosperity,Obama said.
  • Pope Benedict XVI in AFP
    The ancient tradition of pilgrimage to the holy places also reminds us of the inseparable bond between the Church and the Jewish people,Benedict said at Mount Nebo, where the Bible says God showed the Promised Land to Moses.
  • Bronislaw Komorowski in Sydney Morning Herald
    Divisions are an inseparable part of democracy,Mr Komorowski said. "But we have work to do to ensure these divisions don't prevent co-operation."

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