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Some of them such as larger than life Amrita Pritam and ineffaceable Nasreen Anjum Bhatti have left an indelible shine on the patina of our literary culture.
of Western theater fails to "leave an ineffaceable scare" upon
In short, as World War I nurses touched and probed the bodies of the wounded soldiers, they in turn suffered the interaction's ineffaceable psychological effects.
When we see the same feelings, aims, affections, anxious doubts, and topics of consolation in the literature of bygone times, the thought of our permanent humanity and of the ineffaceable identity between the soul of the past and the soul of the present, makes us thoughtful, reverent, social, patriotic .
Irving's concern with the matter had been as follows, brief, but, I believe, ineffaceable through life.
This public record is destined to be the ineffaceable symbol of America's darkest moment of shame.
Set in Atlanta Georgia, "Simon's Splinter" speaks to a world-wide discussion and is making an ineffaceable impression on early reviewers.
Every thing is related in them which bears reference to my accursed origin; the whole detail of that series of disgusting circumstances which produced it is set in view; the minutest description of my odious and loathsome person is given, in language which painted your own horrors, and rendered mine ineffaceable.
The ineffaceable epic of June 14 which was promised by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei several months ago indicated the peak of political maturity and responsibility of the great Iranian nation," Larijani said, addressing an open session of the parliament in Tehran on Monday.
Like personal intimacies in life, it may and probably will pass, but it will be ineffaceable [.
The Signature Couture Show was exactly that and it has indeed left an ineffaceable print on the minds of the audience.
I am left with an ineffaceable memory of quiet and beauty of that scene .