sacrosanct


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sacrosanct

very sacred or holy; inviolable
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Many of us still consider Supreme Court judges to be sacrosanct and above criticism.
In a country fiercely protective of its past, even mundane facades are sacrosanct and the only outward evidence of transformation is a modest sign and some inset panels of translucent glass.
I think there will always be that tug on baby-boomers to become more conservative, but it will always be tempered by those values that are deep and sacrosanct.
For the Mormons then the Constitution was sacrosanct, and they fully expected the federal government to enforce its values of religious liberty when non-Mormons began persecuting the community during the 1830s in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois.
Given the fact that international bonds, which have become a major channel for capital flows to emerging markets, can no longer be considered sacrosanct in a crisis, all facilities that would help resolve collective action problems would be an advantage.
Yet there is an almost sacrosanct aura surrounding references to animals here, as if they were off-limits.
This is because data privacy legislation is primarily directed at protecting the rights of individuals rather than corporations, with the underlying assumption that information is sacrosanct to the individual concerned and shouldn't be used in a way that infringes on his or her personal right to privacy.
The traditional way of doing this is sacrosanct to many.
The idea was not so much to provide seamless viewing experiences for a sacrosanct oeuvre, but to toy with conventions while respecting theoretical principles--just as Godard has always done.
It's a question of the city being candid with the taxpayers, rather than just announcing a ratio number and believing it to be sacrosanct when it doesn't represent a real careful analysis of how they arrive at that number.
Confirmation of accounts receivable has been a nearly sacrosanct auditing procedure for over 50 years.
NCEW member Chuck Stokes' boss at WXYZ is sacrosanct with feeling