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unavoidable

Law not capable of being declared null and void
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I felt stunned by the awful event; and my memory unavoidably recurred to former times with a sort of oppressive sadness.
But, although my knowledge of the religious faith of the Typees was unavoidably limited, one of their superstitious observances with which I became acquainted interested me greatly.
The next night there happened a similar accident with a similar result; and then the next -- and then again the next; so that, in the end, the good monarch, having been unavoidably deprived of all opportunity to keep his vow during a period of no less than one thousand and one nights, either forgets it altogether by the expiration of this time, or gets himself absolved of it in the regular way, or (what is more probable) breaks it outright, as well as the head of his father confessor.
Superstars now have special skills that make running, dodging, throwing or tackling fundamentally more effective, grounding the game in the dirty business of bodies and mud as opposed to the bloodless selection of tactical plays and planning, although it unavoidably means that more commonplace players can feel hugely outclassed.
The Private Electric Power Operators Association previously warned residents of Iloilo City the franchise granted to a new player 'will unavoidably result in higher rates for consumers' due to a need to construct new distribution facilities.
I was unavoidably absent for the first one hundred.
Unavoidably the Education ministry must restrict teaching to the main language groups like Dholuo, Kalenjin, Kikuyu, Kiswahili and Kamba.
Earlier, Alhaji Sabiu Zakari, the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, said the minister was unavoidably absent because he was indisposed.
At the lower pace and resolution needed for a Switch port, however, what before was sharp and streamlined is now flat and fudgy, and Doom's old-school allure becomes something unavoidably outdated.
Unavoidably, the greater the current will be from the IAQ monitor's PID sensor, the more VOCs exist in the air sample.
Dr Terry Hankin, the deputy medical director at St Helens and Knowsley teaching hospitals NHS Trust said: "Whiston Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department is, like all others in the region, currently extremely busy with many patients experiencing unavoidably long delays.
Which means unless I manage to make it to 140, I am unavoidably middle aged.