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incorrigible

Philosophy (of a belief) having the property that whoever honestly believes it cannot be mistaken
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During the heady years of the tech boom, incorrigibly frank Sophia Young lucks into a job that puts her directly in the path of Scott Kraft, the eccentric CEO of Treehouse, a studio whose animated films are transforming movies forever.
By then Stalin had concluded the Latvians were incorrigibly "disloyal," and decided to solve the problem permanently by overwhelming them with immigrants from Russia.
How To Be Happy - Eva Woods, Sphere - out now ANNIE is wounded by tragedy and feels life isn't worth living until she meets Polly, who is incorrigibly happy despite a terminal diagnosis.
When she meets Polly - incorrigibly happy despite a terminal illness - a magical friendship develops, played out over Polly's last hundred days alive.
The preface to a recent landmark archaeological publication, Andrea Carandini's strikingly beautiful Atlas of Ancient Rome, talks darkly of 'incorrigibly selfish individuals [...] privilege, blockades, and cliques' within the scholarly and administrative groups that oversee Rome's archaeological patrimony, a 'cult of elitism' that leads to the 'fragmentation, dispersion, obscuration and enshroudment' of knowledge.
Our incorrigibly romantic side appreciated that slogan you coined on the eve of the first round of voting:"Let the happy days come.
But in the process, she became the most bracingly, incorrigibly, voluptuously exceptional writer of her time.
1191) and Muhyi al-Din Ibn 'Arabi (1165-1240), about whom Ahmed notes: "Both blur, in their respective emanationist iterations of the relationship between the Divinity and the material world, the boundary between Divine transcendence and Divine immanence, and thereby flirt incorrigibly with pantheism and relativism." We have Nizami (1141-1209), a Persian epic poet who called poetry "the mirror of the invisible ...
They believe that reviving progressive politics requires exiting an incorrigibly neoliberal EU.
While Nixon considers meeting a long-haired entertainer like Elvis far beneath him, his advisers see the PR advantage in making the incorrigibly square commander-in-chief look hip in voters' eyes--or, as Nixon later tells eldest daughter Julie, "Perhaps your dad is cooler than you'd like to think."
Were China, Japan, Philippines, (American colony) Indonesia (Dutch East Indies colony) or Vietnam (then French and called Indo China) or Royal Thailand considered or was this a strictly Empire Games twister with only India's incorrigibly notorious, abysmally corrupt force competing and with Burma also running?