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  • r  in an impregnable manner
    the sight of that bland, impregnably righteous face has been enough to make their blood run cold

  • The hunting set itself, impregnably self-sufficient as it tries to appear, is uncomfortably aware that they order these things better in England.
  • But our banking position is impregnably strong, Europe is recovering, prices long out of line are being gradually readjusted.
  • It has long been clear that your security no less than ours depends upon our holding the Atlantic impregnably and you the Pacific.

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