One which is in its nature and purposes susceptible of division andapportionment, having two or more parts in respect to matters and things contemplatedand embraced by it, not necessarily dependent on each other nor intended by theparties so to be. Horseman v. Horseman, 43 Or. 83, 72 Pac. G98.

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