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The US administration remains implacably opposed to joining international peacekeeping operations, currently led by British forces.
The age at which madness will appear depends strictly and implacably on the number of repetitions of the word CAG in one place in one gene.
Ostensibly pleasant and kind to a fault, Hoskins' Hilditch is a seething mass of contradictions moving implacably toward a final explosion.
It was incredibly well lit with the ghastly ghostly pallor of the Wilis, those implacably vengeful ladies returned from the grave.
The real problem, though, runs deeper: judges in thrall to the secularist ideology, a counterfeit belief system implacably inimical to genuine transcendent religion.
Peter & Paul," implacably eyeball-to-eyeball for all eternity.
In alternate 1985 America - in which costumed superheroes are not only real but have ultimately been outlawed - one former hero goes looking for the truth behind the murder of one of his own, but uncovers a devastating conspiracy to drag the world implacably closer to its own end.
With United implacably opposed to selling Rooney, and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho demanding some kind of clarification within 48 hours, it appears the whole situation has reached an impasse.
That would be implacably opposed by many Tories and Mr Cameron is thought to be resisting.
In Al Qaida, with its twisted interpretation of Islam, was a belief system utterly, implacably opposed to the Western World and its values.
Senior Indian players, notably star batsman Sachin Tendulkar and captain MS Dhoni, are implacably opposed to it, 5the New Zealand Herald reports.
Romanet's comments, made at the Asian Racing Conference in response to public perception of the whip as a welfare issue, have sparked debate within the sport, although Britain's jockeys are implacably opposed to any further tightening of the rules.