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immovable

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a. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
b. of or relating to immoveables
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Despite Hamm's self-reflexive moves to change the horizon of existence, the inherent immovability of suffering remains as the "unyielding sureness of reality" which does not fail to cross our will.
These commonly met themes in public speeches or private discourses lose the momentum they could provide in the context in which the legal committees of the legislature include persons who "qualify" in these committees without having the slightest connection with the legal field or in the context in which the judges body, proud of the immovability of its members, doesn't make sustained efforts to improve the quality of these members.
Given God's unity, unchangeability, immovability, and indestructibility, he is also most stable.
Synonyms: instability, unpredictability, precariousness, explosive nature Antonyms: stability, constancy, steadiness, firmness, solidity, permanence, immovability
The adherence suggests to him the immovability in a changing world that is only found in eros and mourning (Barthes 20).
The opposition between the Eleatic, who insisted on the immovability of one changeless being, and the Ephesian, who postulated a never-ending process of change and movement, corroborated metaphorically again by their descent from opposite edges of the Greek colonial world, induces us, as it were, to see a replication of this antagonism also in their attitude to infinity.
To the extent that a finite being has reached some particular perfection, immovability is desirable, for any further change in the same respect necessarily results in a loss of that perfection.
would promote predictability, the very immovability of those standards
Procedural fairness was not a guarantee of immovability, but a minimal guarantee of neutrality of the public service--the permanent aspect of Canadian government.
2]xK) showed its insignificant influence on rate of hardening, which is connected with immovability of liquid medium relative the drum.
Despite the significance of the 2 December event and many other similar public attempts to consolidate the immovability of the Revolution for the day in the likely near future when it would be without its ultimate leader, the unusual absence of Fidel Castro, both in person and in the media, instilled the feeling among Cubans that major changes were at their doorstep.
98) Likewise, Second Isaiah's theologically important dictum, "To whom then will you liken God, or what likeness compare with me" (Isa 40:18-20), is not a rejection of anthropomorphism;(99) rather it "is meant to show the inferiority of man-made idols," and this in the specific sense of immovability and unshake-ability.