impossible to change

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Here's the challenge: it's impossible to change the world all by yourself.
The amount of sunlight that shines on a country is impossible to change.
Both men and and women, however, still drift to familiar quarters and I soon concluded that it is impossible to change behaviour suddenly - especially among senior citizens in their own golf club - even by law.
By the way, it seems impossible to change the 10 percent threshold rule, as the elections are very close and it will not be easy to find a compromise in the current Parliament.
The fiasco provoked Mr Cameron to say for the first time that the EU may be impossible to change.
He argued, correctly, there is a cost to growth and it is impossible to change a business plan every time someone decides to change the way the ratings game is played.
He complained that the lofted bunk bed made it virtually impossible to change the sheets.
I believe that the purposes for which I and my fellow soldiers entered upon this War should have been so clearly stated as to have made it impossible to change them, and that, had this been done, the objects which actuated us would now be attained by negotiation.
Tahirul Qadri said he will soon announce date of revolution, adding that it would be impossible to change date of revolution.
He also emphasised that the final choice of the students will be credited and finalised and it is impossible to change or modify once it has been approved.
While it is impossible to change any increased risk as a result of age, gender, ethnicity or genetics it is possible to decrease the risks we face from our weight and BMI.