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Those newer songs, in the company of the 2003 album's ``Big Sur'' and ``Your Love Is Like Las Vegas,'' glinted like fool's gold, making inalterably clear that whatever was so appealing about the group's ``So Much for the City'' disc could be likened to a flash of lightning not to be repeated.
thinking of Martin Chuzzlewit minor, who is inalterably changed for the
I believe that these works comprise an early attempt to intervene culturally on a wide scale through a combination of print and visual media in the reception and development of a socio-political process, in this case the Protestant colonization of North America, a process that would inalterably displace existing Americans while retaining the site for transplanted Europeans (who have ever since called themselves "Americans").
The war changes the course of their lives inalterably.
We've not only introduced new animals and plants, but we've also inalterably paved and built on vast expanses of former wilderness.
Furthermore, it represents "une sublimation miraculeuse de la vie charnelle" which explains the concept of purification inalterably associated with the unicorn in this myth.
and international airline industries would have been inalterably changed for the worse.
For most observers, the issue of statutory labor standards is inalterably linked to the labor movement.
As these cases suggest, the Establishment Clause does not bar accommodation unless government inalterably exempts religious objectors regardless of the impact on secular interests or supplies direct affirmative assistance to a religious organization or institution.
Furthermore, variation in wolf and moose numbers is inalterably tied to variations in the food resources of moose, whether such changes are dependent, semi-independent, or entirely independent of the impacts that moose themselves have on the vegetative community.
The "neoclassical" literary style (in Channing, Park, and the two Hodges) characterized God as inalterably benevolent, i.