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sacrosanct

very sacred or holy; inviolable
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But throwing something so sacrosanct as a Munster final?
The spousal privilege, for example, holds that marital communications are sacrosanct - one spouse can't be compelled to give testimony against the other.
The likes of Newgrange, Giant's Causeway, and the Book of Kels are regarded as sacrosanct.
The entire world, it seems, is dismantling the welfare state, privatizing the public sector, downsizing government, reducing subsidies and cutting social programs that were once sacrosanct.
IANS New Delhi A Union Minister and Chief Justice of India on Saturday crossed swords over judicial activism at a conference on the occasion of National Law Day with CJI Dipak Misra saying it was their sacrosanct duty to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens.
New Delhi: A Union Minister and Chief Justice of India on Saturday crossed swords over judicial activism at a conference on the occasion of National Law Day with CJI Dipak Misra saying it was their sacrosanct duty to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens.
In a statement Monday, the group dubbed as 'TeamMuellerManila' said they will refrain from public demonstrations, but added that they will 'use their sacrosanct rights as voting Americans.
Industry Insight: We Regret the Error," September 2017) I mean publications that view checking and double-checking their reportage as their sacrosanct duty, publications that wouldn't let anything incorrect past their news desks in the first place?
That principle that the code of conduct must be observed is sacrosanct.
According to KUNA, "the success of the Hajj season is attributed to the Saudi leadership's commitment to the completion of significant projects in the holy city of Makkah and other sacrosanct sites," Al-Sane said in a cable sent to the Saudi Minister of Hajj.
He said leaders made it "crystal clear" that Britain would have to accept all of the four sacrosanct rules guarding the free movement of people, labour, capital and goods if it wishes to access the single market.
This is the epitome of moral and intellectual crusade against the twin monsters of intellectual fascism and the cancer of moral double standard - the deadly virus that has infiltrated and infected the bastion of democracy, as esteemed and sacrosanct as Great Britain.