The term "Celtic Church" is deprecated by many historians as it implies a unified and identifiable entity entirely separate from the mainstream of Western Christendom.
Malaysia contended that Pedra Branca, Middle Rocks and South Ledge were not a single identifiable entity.
An organization is an identifiable social entity whose members pursue multiple and shared objectives through their consciously and continuously coordinated actions and relations.
Permanent Account Number (PAN) is unique alphanumeric combination issued to all juristic entities identifiable under the Indian Income Tax Act 1961.
The Eastern Orthodox believe that the one true church founded by Jesus Christ is a real identifiable entity and that it is singularly the Eastern Orthodox Church.
For the rest of the time the Title was in existence it became a more identifiable entity mostly, but not totally, separated from the World Title.
Traceability as a general term is the "ability to chronologically interrelate the uniquely identifiable entities in a way that matters."
A boundary can be defined independent of the idea of possession: the threshold between 2 identifiable, separate entities.
116 It was almost as if there were a real identifiable entity known as the "Christian right" replete with officers, membership lists, and ID cards.
Though I don't think there is any conspiracy (in terms of their being an identifiable driving entity behind it), rather I think it is a 'natural' consequence of the economic paradigm we live in.