immobility :

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i moh bi li tee

  • n  remaining in place
  • n  the quality of not moving

  • Ramon's farming family cared for him, a labor of love encompassing the minutiae of total immobility.
  • Then, in high humor, he added to the score an instruction that Vexations was to be played by a pianist with "interior immobility"840 times in unbroken succession.
  • What's more, the mere fact of their quick immobility means they can't carry the virus very far.
News & Articles


  • Nicolas Sarkozy in EiTB
    Sarkozy said France faced a twin challenge in its six-month presidency: "How do we get Europe out of the crisis it is in? How can we avoid immobility?"
  • Jean-Claude Juncker in AFP
    We are happy to see France enter a phase of deep reform,said Juncker, who is also his country's finance minister. "It's good news for Europe. France will never again be a country of immobility."

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