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The city resolution opposed the project, calling it ``incompatible'' with a growing urban community at its doorstep, as it will create ``significant, cumulative, immitigable impacts to air quality, biota aestheics and water quality.
181-82), seemed to William Shakespeare but the way of all rulers: bitterly close to immitigable.
Her immitigable curiosity leads her into contact with the Vietnamese countryside and the practices and procedures of both the camp's medics and its resident green berets.
129) Obviously, this impact would be immitigable in the literal sense; one cannot put a mountain back once it is gone.
1998 WL 389019, at * 2-3 (denying Lane's mining permit application due to the project's immitigable environmental impacts).
It was of the men, not white nor black nor red but men, hunters with the will and hardihood to endure and the humility and skill to survive, and the dogs and the bear and deer juxtaposed and reliefed against it, ordered and compelled by and within the wilderness in the ancient and unremitting contest by the ancient and immitigable rules which voided all regrets and brooked no quarter, the voices quiet and weighty and deliberate for retrospection and recollection and exact remembering, while he squatted in the blazing firelight as Tennie's Jim squatted, who stirred only to put more wood on the fire and to pass the bottle from one glass to another.
In this very first fragment, he realizes the brute ignorance of survival and the immitigable, endless circumstance of death.
The inheritance Ike refuses in the fourth section of "The Bear" is one of these plantations, but however noble Ike's gesture may seem, his devout belief that the Big Woods are the flip-side of human culture, a belief encoded within the value system of sportive hunting, blinds him to the fact that "the ancient and immitigable rules" (184) governing the hunt and the life of the hunting camp are the same rules that govern the Southern ruling class culture he comes to so despise.
In a recent interview, he stated his unequivocal objection to the skepticism of poststructuralists, who insist that there is an immitigable rift between language and the empirical world:
35), wasteland imagery appears in "Birthday 35," not as an immitigable fate but, rather, as a spiritual condition to be avoided through a consistent effort to escape the prison of the isolated self:
It was of the men, not white nor black nor red but men, hunters, with the will and hardihood to endure and the humility and skill to survive, and the dogs and the bear and deer juxtaposed and reliefed against it, ordered and compelled by and within the wilderness in the ancient and unremitting contest according to the ancient and immitigable rules which voided all regrets and brooked no quarter.
Bayard's moral achievement, however, overshadows theirs, and Faulkner does allow him to note in the concluding chapter, "I realized then the immitigable chasm between all life and all print--that those who can, do, those who cannot and suffer enough because they can't, write about it" (p.