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sacrosanct

very sacred or holy; inviolable
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To this day I wonder at the sacrosanctity of silence at the opera.
How high a premium should the law exact from the innocent to protect from intrusion the sacrosanctity of that altar of privacy rights?
Maria Papadimitriou's Project for Two Towers: The White Tower of Pisa and the Leaning Tower of Thessaloniki, 1993, raised questions regarding the sacrosanctity of ancient monuments.
We conclude with the notion that any critical theory that does not recognize the immunity or sacrosanctity of contextual elements in the analysis of the African novel constitutes one of those "sonorous nonsense" in the discussion of African literature.
Even after having the benefit of hindsight we can not judge Churchill harshly on this matter, for two reasons; one of which is lack of precedents on the issue at the time and the second is the sacrosanctity of sovereignty at the time when the concept of nation state was relatively new.