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unalterable

uh nawl tuh ruh buhl

  • a  not capable of being changed or altered
    unalterable resolve
    an unalterable ground rule
  • s  of a sentence; that cannot be changed
    an unalterable death sentence
  • s  remaining the same for indefinitely long times

  • Instead, he says, the agency encouraged a project that may well cause "unalterable and irreparable damage.
  • Amid much bluster on both sides, the Nazis made "unalterable demands," the Reds "unalterable refusals," and the little Palos became a bone over which could snarl the mightiest .
  • Given the unalterable fact that the disenfranchisement law does affect a higher percentage of minorities than whites, how can you conclude that prison inmates don't get to vote?.
News & Articles

  • Baseball Is Pretty Random [Uncertain Principles]
    After Thursday’s post about sports and statistics, a friend from my Williams days, Dave Ryan, raised an objection on Facebook: There’s an unstated assumption (I think) in your analysis: that there is some intrinsic and UNALTERABLE statistical probability of getting a hit inherent in every hitter. If that is the case, then yes — a…
    July 26, 2013 - ScienceBlogs
Quotes

  • Alvaro Uribe in Reuters
    We have two unalterable positions. One is no demilitarized zone. This country demands a state presence, the people demand that they do not have to sleep in the countryside waiting for a guerrilla kidnapping,Uribe said recently.
  • William Rehnquist in Durant Daily Democrat
    He now reminds us of what the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist wrote in 1993: "It is an unalterable fact that our judicial system, like the human beings who administer it, is fallible."
  • Brian Cowen in Irish Times
    There remain a tiny minority who remain deaf to the will of the Irish people and blind to the unalterable peaceful path of our history,Mr Cowen said. "These people are sometimes called dissident republicans but they are no such thing. They...

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