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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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Each warrior does possess a pair of solid, pillar-like legs that suggest immovability.
His hesitation may be a result of an earlier altercation with Ted, who blames Michael's immovability on the child-rearing practices of Michael's father, a man "living in an outport, living off the government, no responsibility, no respect.
It occurred to him to test the resistance of his immovability.
Given God's unity, unchangeability, immovability, and indestructibility, he is also most stable.
James Vince played an important part with the first of five half-centuries from number five downwards, to complement Trott's immovability at number four.
However, under the 1913 statute, the term 'historic monument' refers, not only to buildings, but to all works whose preservation has a public interest from an artistic or an historic point of view, whatever their shape or dimensions, their nationality, their movability or immovability.
In each of these examples and all the others that might have served, the Catholic imagination delights in the immovability of tradition's mimesis, ever the same in its mirroring of the divine immutability.
102) Guiding himself by faith, dogmas, traditions and iconographic models, the icon painter paints by following a motif, but the outcome belongs to another world: "Without ever being static, the immovability of the bodies concentrates this entire dynamism in the gaze that reveals the spirit.
There will be no more Chosen One banners at Old Trafford because that sense of the immovability of United's manager has gone now.
It was also to demonstrate the magnitude of sport activities and cultural solidarity as a means of promoting immovability among our soldiers," said Gen.
The new regulations should be seen in close connection with the existing norms of the Constitution and other laws relating to the judicial independence according to which the judges are independent and are subject only to the law, they enjoy immovability, they cannot be part of political parties nor can they engage in activities of a political nature, they cannot held other public or private office, except for academic activities.