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impenetrable

Physics (of a body) incapable of occupying the same space as another body
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Vanborough looked back into the far corner of the room, in which the lawyer sat, impenetrably waiting for events.
Yes," I said impenetrably, "he is not easy to understand.
His manner was quietly confidential when he spoke, impenetrably self-possessed when he was silent.
Prestige television often buys into this fractured, impenetrably morose idea of what a family is; Philip Larkin's famous, withering line about parents is at once true and overused.
unveiled this complicated 383-page amendment to the already impenetrably long health-care bill in late December 2009, just days before the Senate vote on passage.
but the key insight here is that Jesus' message is impenetrably obscure to folks whose heads and hearts are too full of their own ideas and opinions.
Loach blames the Tories for this mess, which may be historically accurate but only makes him seem old and out-of-touch: the truth is that this automated, digitised, impenetrably faceless new world goes beyond party politics, and would be put to Orwellian uses by any government.
The Council of Ministers-which, together with the European Parliament, makes up the European Union's legislature-is as impenetrably secretive as that of North Korea; indeed, it operates behind closed doors, without any public record of who said what.
Anselm is in fact impenetrably obdurate--as Stahl describes him,
Because the impenetrably dictates fulfilling the inequality [delta][g.
As Vladimir Putin cranks up the rhetoric on the war in Syria we can expect a lot of nasty surprises as a result of our involvement in this impenetrably complex conflict, I suspect Mr Benn's star will be in the descendent as the situation deteriorates, he may even become a has benn.
However, he does not doubt the social and spiritual value of religion as an institution that offers adherents an anchor and a sense of balance in a chaotic and impenetrably dark world.