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insoluble

 [in-sol´u-b'l]
not susceptible of being dissolved.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl),
Not soluble.

insoluble

/in·sol·u·ble/ (in-sol´u-b'l) not susceptible of being dissolved.

insoluble

[insol′yəbəl]
Etymology: L, in, not, solubilis, soluble
unable to be dissolved, usually in a specific solvent, such as a substance that is insoluble in water.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl)
Incapable of dissolving in solution.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl)
Incapable of dissolving in solution.

insoluble,

adj not susceptible to being dissolved.

insoluble

not susceptible to being dissolved.
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The latter three correspond to Budner's characteristics of ambiguous situations: novelty, complexity and insolubility.
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In his final chapter Tanguay provides a full formulation of the theologico-political problem and of what he sees as the problem's ultimate insolubility.
Yet, despite their beneficial health effects, phytosterols are very difficult to formulate into foods, due to their insolubility in water and their limited solubility in fats and oils.
These students are known to show tolerance for ambiguity, ignorance and uncertainty and are able to cope with novelty, complexity and insolubility.