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Judge Nicholas Webb told 29-year-old Shaun Cullum,"You are incorrigibly dishonest.
But it was for his role as the incorrigibly good-hearted paan -seller ( paan is an Indian snack made with betel leaves) Lalan Miyan in Sai Paranjpye's Chashme Buddoor that Jaffrey obtained the most recognition in India.
The period in question covers the middle decades of the nineteenth century, from the 1830s to the 1870s, a period in which the Atlantic slave trade was officially internationally outlawed, but nevertheless incorrigibly active; when slavery was still a solid reality in many parts of the world and a recent memory in others.
If Susan proves to be surprisingly sensible, Kane is incorrigibly romantic.
And when bewildered mathematicians change the meaning of the word universe as "everything that there is" in order to invent "multiple universes" to match their formulae, I'll keep in mind our own Louis MacNeice: World is crazier and more of it than we think, Incorrigibly plural.
They assume that Iranian interference is the principal cause of their instability, and that Iran is incorrigibly aggressive.
And locking up, say, an incorrigibly destructive Roomba in solitary confinement sounds even more preposterous.
While the lot of us shiver and fret over the ozone layer and the whales, incorrigibly peering forward and backward in the manner of our species, New Hampshire is a patient who seems to heal, left to herself.
Also, an accountable Ukrainian government will also render a long-standing excuse by Putin on why he is so into Kiev affairs - that he is working to kick out an incorrigibly corrupt regime.
corporate tax rate at the highest level in a global economy of ferociously competitive nations would appear to reflect the thinking of an incorrigibly stupid and stubborn government.
For instance, he calls naturalism "an incorrigibly incoherent concept, one that is indistinguishable from magical thinking" (17), because contrary to its own claims it cannot be verified from within the system of nature, while among the highest activities of human rationality must be included the practice of contemplative prayer, "a science of consciousness and of its relation to the being of all things, requiring the most intense devotion of mind and will to a clear perception of being and consciousness in their unity" (325).
By every account, this unbelievably inept and incorrigibly corrupt hierarchy is wholly responsible for this colossal human tragedy.