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  • r  in an unalterable and unchangeable manner

  • That contradiction raises an increasingly pertinent question (as well as the hackles of militant feminists): Are women immutably different from men?.
  • Even in Indiawhere a wife was once considered so immutably tied to her husband that she was thrown on his funeral pyre if he died before she didsociologists estimate that the .
  • Against that physically and functionally immovable object last week surged a self-proclaimed irresistible force of 35,000 ranting, chanting protesters who are immutably opposed .

  • Peter Bergman in Jamaica Gleaner
    Jack changed at the funeral,Peter explains. "A switch changed immutably the day John died. John was Jack's moral compass. Now he's not encumbered by that course of right and wrong. There are not too many places he won't go to protect his...

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