Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– It is divisible by both 3 and 5.
– Pages must be divisible by four.
– Hence, 676534726 is divisible by 7.
– Therefore the group OK/Za has no element of order p, so OK:Za is not divisible by p.
– A number is divisible by 3 if and only if it has a remainder of 0 when divided by 3.
– Gregory also decreed that only centennial years divisible by 400 would be Leap Years.
– Booklets MUST be in pages divisible by FOUR, unless you are happy to have blank sheets to make up the difference.
– For example, is 781236 divisible by 9? Adding up its digits 7 + 8 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 6 = 27 – and adding again 2 + 7 = 9.
– Therefore, in centesimal years not exactly divisible by 400 — such as 1900, 1800 and 1700 — there is no leap year.
– All the other actors make double the size of what you need, if you need 32 make 64 x 64 ‘ needs to be divisible by 4.
– It is divisible into three main elements.
– It is divisible into a body and two extremities.
– These signs are not divisible into recurrent compositional elements.
– But the working-class intelligentsia is sharply divisible into two different types.
– It is not letters or sounds, and is not something sequential or divisible into parts.
– Exhibition Space will accommodate 4,000 persons theatre-style, divisible into two halls.
– For the statement of certain writers that the odorous is not divisible into species is false; it is so divisible.
– The conference rooms all have natural daylight and the ballroom, divisible into two, can seat up to 400 delegates.
– Radially symmetric: Calyx, Corolla symmetry Divisible into two essentially equal portions along more than one plane.
– Instead, something that is portable, durable (fruit and vegetables are out) and divisible into smaller pieces is needed.
– Yet physicists give the impression that they think the real ought to be divisible in the way the number line is.
– There can be nothing divisible in an indivisible thing, but the attributes of bodies are all divisible in one of two ways.
– Observation shows that even mixed bodies are often divisible into homoeomerous parts; examples are flesh, bone, wood, and stone.
– Now a continuum is that which is divisible into parts always capable of subdivision, and a body is that which is every way divisible.
– The Act imposes tax on subjects divisible in their nature but does not exclude in express terms subjects exempted by the Constitution.
– They are divisible into kinds, as colour is divided into white and black, and they are divisible per accidens when that which has them is divisible.
– It appears to us that the Act imposes tax on subjects divisible in their nature but does not exclude in express terms subjects exempted by the Constitution.
– Since then the composite can not be an element, not every homoeomerous body can be an element; only, as we said before, that which is not divisible into bodies different in form.
– Of the other figures, one is divisible in one way, and the other in two, because they have their divisibility and their continuity according to the number of dimensions allotted to them.
– The primary masses, according to them, are infinite in number and indivisible in mass: one can not turn into many nor many into one; and all things are generated by their combination and involution.
– The issue the Court was required to consider was whether the property was divisible amongst creditors of the bankrupt.
– The first can be illustrated by the distribution of honour or money or such other assets which are divisible among members of the community.
– Pick your storage wisely The Web Sites service model offers you one gigabyte per subscription, divisible between 10 sites.
– Profit, if any, is divisible between the Sahib-Al-Maal and the Mudarib at a predetermined ratio, while loss, if any, is borne by the Sahib-Al-Maal.
– If they had been so confined, it would have been easy to justify polygamy, for material and physical matters are divisible between several people, each having a share.