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i nek stri kuh buhl

  • a  not permitting extrication; incapable of being disentangled or untied
    an inextricable knot
    inextricable unity

  • The situation is rendered inextricable by the fact that this once-Peruvian region has been gradually "Chileanized" until there is little doubt that the population now on the .
  • The 3,000th death is as the first dying being the pitiable but inextricable consequence of war.
  • The Ming voyages are now an inextricable part of Chinese nationalist lore and its populist claim to the Indian Ocean.

  • Joe Biden in The Jewish Journal of greater L.A
    He came away from that meeting understanding that "there is this inextricable tie between culture, religion, ethnicity that most people don't fully understand-that is unique and so strong with Jews worldwide," Biden said in an interview with...
  • Judith Rodin in AScribe (press release)
    The Rockefeller Foundation is proud to build on our history of enabling creative expression in our hometown,said Judith Rodin, the Foundation's President. "For nearly a century, we've acted on the recognition that there is an inextricable...
  • Ban Ki-moon in UN News Centre
    It is also becoming increasingly clear, in North and South alike, that there is an inextricable, mutually dependent relationship between environmental sustainability and economic development,Mr. Ban said.

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