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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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Immovable as that rock, of which each appeared to form a part, they lay, with their eyes roving, without intermission, along the dark margin of trees, that bounded the adjacent shores of the narrow stream.
The first generous impulse of Duncan was to rush to the rescue of the hapless wretch; but he felt himself bound to the spot by the iron grasp of the immovable scout.
The very furniture in the room seemed to have shrunk since she saw it before: the slag in the tapestry looked more like a ghost in his ghostly blue-green world; the volumes of polite literature in the bookcase looked more like immovable imitations of books.
Yet it was so short a time since she had wandered into his life, so short a time that he was even a little uneasy at the wonderful strength of this new passion, a thing which had leaped up like a forest tree in a world of magic, a live, fully-grown thing, mighty and immovable in a single night.
In fact, Cornelius stood immovable, looking at Rosa, yet looking at her as if he did not hear her.
Each day she took a position upon the stones of Fifth Avenue, where she crooked her legs under her and crouched immovable and hideous, like an idol.
The disproportion between movable and immovable property in the mortgage portfolio of banks needs to be eliminated in Azerbaijan, Executive Director of the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication Vusal Gasimli said during presentation of the movable property register on March 15.
10 (ANI): The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday attached nine immovable properties, worth Rs 27 crore, of three people under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
Like the Whitechapel monster, it's a huge lump of uselessness that's been allowed to grow bigger and bigger until it threatens The London lard is also immovable and stuck in one place.
Contract notice: insurance coverage of movable and immovable property of the municipality.
THE term due diligence refers to the process usually initiated by the purchaser of an immovable property or a business, through which the interested party or entity requests and obtains information, documents and assurances as to the status of the property in issue but also regarding the seller himself.
Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties in Terms of Climate Change: Legal and Strategic Framework of Adaptation