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immovable

, immoveable
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a. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
b. of or relating to immoveables
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With the same helplessness and the same terror, she looked at him for a while and, suddenly putting out her left hand, pressed her fingers faintly against his breast and slowly began to get up from the bed, moving further from him and keeping her eyes fixed even more immovably on him.
Settlements can be built and settlements can be removed, but every settlement that is built is illegal and it cannot be allowed to stand immovably in the way of the peace process.
My body became immovably rooted; breath was drawn out of my lungs as if by some huge magnet.
Festucula have a simple, bladelike embolus fused immovably to the tegulum, bearing a retrolateral bump (Maddison 1987), and belong to the subfamily Heliophaninae (sensu Proszynski 1976; Maddison & Hedin 2003).
IAM sat in a traffic jam so immovably gridlocked that a hearse crawls past at a snail's pace, horn blaring, hazard lights flashing and emergency siren wailing mournfully.
It may be suitable to describe the core legal framework of the Indian IRS as "still waters" wherein the ship is safely and immovably anchored.
Will the political oligarchs take pity on the masses for the battalions of adversities prostrating them painfully immovably and show some mercy to them?
Using this method, one of the components is movably based in the device, ensuring the displacement within the particular limited space, while the other is based immovably in locating device and components are pressed to each other applying the particular force.
To date he has translated the forms as well as re-created and reimagined the missing parts of the Laocoon (in the serpentine Fixed immovably into blank types of placid reverie; the eye is wide and without pupil, 2011), the Belvedere Torso (as in the disturbing Knowing, even the grass We must tear up so it will stay green, 2010-11), and the Pasquino (in The body needs for its preservation many other bodies by which it is, as it were, continually regenerated, 2011).
While the property had much sentimental value to Mr Moss, the ashes were not interred and the headstones were not immovably fixed, Justice Austin said.
At a distance, the monolithic blocks created an impression of great masses standing immovably in open space, yet the corrugations rendered them relatively light, allowing the set to be adapted by small groups of people.
He was immovably heavy, though, because he perceived at last how Juaco had tricked him into telling the truth, being kind.