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in ko ruh juh buhl

  • a  impervious to correction by punishment

  • Adam's incorrigible habit of thieving finally caught up with him when he was caught red-handed and was lodged into a jail.
  • For the first time, vast numbers of politicals (incorrigible "enemies of the people") were segregated from common criminals (redeemable "class allies").
  • That was certainly the case when he sprung his romance with Bruni on a French public that had been watching Sarkozy take a prolonged bashing over his hosting incorrigible Libyan .

  • Greg Abbott in Dallas Morning News
    Five percent of the Taliban is incorrigible, not susceptible to anything other than being defeated. Another 25 percent or so are not quite sure, in my view, the intensity of their commitment to the insurgency. And roughly 70 percent are involved... Joe Biden ABC News Mar 10, 2009 50777 68408 incorrigible The incorrigible nature of sex predators requires public officials, law enforcement, industry leaders and parents across Texas to join together to make the Internet a safer place," Abbott said. "Without meaningful safeguards in place, no...
  • Gerhard Schroeder in
    He vowed German leaders would protect the country's growing Jewish community "with the power of the state against the anti-Semitism of the incorrigible. That there is still anti-Semitism cannot be denied," Schroeder said. "Fighting it is the...

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