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immovable

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Law
a. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
b. of or relating to immoveables
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governing body, aimed at securing approval of the use of immoveable property as loan collateral.
Turkish Cypriot party want Immoveable Property Commission to make a decision on the matter," Erhurman added.
This is why in the Commentary on the Divine Names Aquinas agrees with Dionysius that we can praise 'the motion of the immoveable God' (243).
Earlier this month, DEP issued a water quality management permit to PennDOT for the immoveable pyritic rock.
Two hours after manager Grady Little finally admitted Izturis will be relegated to backing up at shortstop and second base when he returns from the disabled list next week, Furcal, the club's current and apparently immoveable shortstop, offered a poorly timed demonstration of just what the Dodgers will be giving up defensively to keep his supposedly superior bat at the top of their lineup.
The immoveable fact that the cow is missing begins to anger him as he follows the footpath, the shock of his ankle slowing to a dull pain.
If any mortar firing pin becomes immoveable due to PM neglect, the tube can end up condemned.
arising between July 17, 1968 and April 9, 2003 involving immoveable property, assets affixed to immoveable property, easements, or servitudes that were: (i) confiscated or seized for reasons other than land reform; or (ii) expropriated for reasons other than lawfully used eminent domain, or as a result of opposition to the Ba'athist Government of Iraq, or as a result of ethnicity, religion, sect of the owners, or for purposes of ethnic cleansing; or (iii) acquired for less than appropriate value by the Ba'athist Government of Iraq; or (iv) property otherwise affected.
Dunc is as immoveable as his famous blue tatoo, limpet-like in refusing to be prised off his favourite pitch.
A Hawthorns insider said: "The immoveable object has met the irresistible force and something has got to give.
If the European Commission concludes that an exclusion from the general rule is required in respect of services connected with immoveable property, the scope of the exclusion should be limited.
Rarely has there been such a precious synchronicity between coach and captain, both men immoveable in their desire to turn England into the greatest force in world rugby.