We are two good old enemies, Edith and I, inseparables , in fact.
a person or thing inseparable from another.
research and higher education seem inseparable
unable to be separated or treated separately.
translation of 'inseparable'
न पृथक करने योग्य,
You two were always so close, nearly 'inseparable' at times.
Or, as he also puts it, ‘the urge to tell [movie] stories is 'inseparable' from the wish to make money.’
If the dry land is 'inseparable' from the wet, then the East Coast is where the government's new foreshore and seabed law is going to hurt most, like a bomb in a crowded room.
Hence, verbs with the 'inseparable' prefix ge- in their infinitive forms do not add an additional ge- in the past participle.
So the martial arts are a great way to dish out a bit of punishment, with a heavy hand if required, but the spiritual dimension to the sport is 'inseparable' from the principal aim of the fight: to knock down your opponent.
The pair became engrossed in conversation and have been 'inseparable' ever since.
I met up with him on the beach after the incident and we've been 'inseparable' ever since.
Mann may or may not have thought this himself, but he certainly felt that the pursuit of difficulty renewed the passions, and he knew that for him it was 'inseparable' from ‘this phenomenon of life’.
Nicholas added: ‘We thought it was amazing but we have been 'inseparable' ever since.’
Benevolence inflames the anger of the young men of the cités as much as repression, because their rage is 'inseparable' from their being.
These meanings attract powerful emotions and can affect the patient's clinical condition and become 'inseparable' from the individual's life history.
If they are historically informed, language sceptics may claim that this process of extinction is nothing new, perhaps 'inseparable' from the human condition.
The pair were 'inseparable' from birth and often used to play tricks on their various sets of foster parents who could never tell them apart.
Monopoly capitalism, in this sense, was 'inseparable' from interimperialist rivalry, manifested primarily in the form of a struggle for global markets.
‘Those assets should be included in the city budget… they are 'inseparable' from the financial status of the city,’ he said.
They have been 'inseparable' ever since and Alan proposed on the very spot they met just three months later.
However, despite being 'inseparable' during high school, Enid and Rebecca begin to drift apart as their maturing life goals take them in different directions.
By the end of our second day at Columbia Lake, my roommates and I had met our neighbours from next door, and we've been 'inseparable' ever since.
And upon questioning from the committee, he said that the values of Inuit are virtually 'inseparable' from those of the Christian faith.
We have all been 'inseparable' ; I mean people get us mixed up even though we look nothing alike.
They were an 'inseparable' pair whose views complemented each other's work.
It is the language of someone who recognizes that the quest for a spiritual dimension in cultural life is 'inseparable' from the moral priorities of the individual.
They met when they served in the army during the Second World War and were 'inseparable' from then on, despite the vile prejudice (and the criminalisation of their love) that they had to confront.
For his first dozen movies, he was 'inseparable' from producer Alan Marshall, but they have not worked together since Angel Heart in 1987.
The winner of seven consecutive Order of Merits between 1993 and 1999 maintains that he would not have achieved so much without the volatility that is 'inseparable' from his desire to win.
Shelly's identification with work is 'inseparable' from Grand Isle.
Soon they are 'inseparable' and their relationship becomes more intimate.
And it is central as well to (and perhaps 'inseparable' from) the question of genre.
Bree and I had met in 1st grade and ever since then we have been 'inseparable' .
Miriam follows her even after she covers herself in gas and stalks away, and after that they are 'inseparable' , Miriam having promised herself that she will never leave Eunice.
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