Invincibility


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Invincibility

Great Boyg,
the shapeless, unconquerable troll, representing the riddle of existence. [Nor. Drama: Ibsen Peer Gynt in Magill I, 722]
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The All Blacks had an aura of invincibility when you go through a period like that.
However, in elections last fall a rival politician, Abdurrahman Wahid, won the presidency--and Suharto's cloak of invincibility has started to fray.
Fromm's decision to tackle the wild that winter was fueled mostly by the mountain-man mentality and a young man's belief in his own invincibility.
Natural and man-made disasters arrive in many different forms, but all pose the same threat to the invincibility of corporate data and telecommunications operations.
Typical home wireless routers only include the most rudimentary security features, giving consumers a false sense of invincibility," said Laura Yecies, general manager of Check Point's consumer and small business division.
INVINCIBILITY "Dortmund's handling of Real Madrid in their semi showed it is no fluke that two German sides are in the final.
ANDY Turner will be out to dent David Oliver's aura of invincibility when the European and Commonwealth champion opens his season against the world's number one sprint hurdler in Glasgow tomorrow.
Does he advocate the invincibility of today's court decisions, stopping any criticisms.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior aide of the Iranian President on Wednesday lauded the country's success in the nuclear standoff with the West, describing it as an illustration of the Iranian nation's invincibility.
SEA The Stars may race on as a four-year-old - if the weather scuppers his relentless surge towards invincibility.
Dean of the Cardiff School of Sport Dave Cobner said: "The women are creating a reputation for invincibility and performed exceptionally well again.