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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.
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.
I am left with an ineffaceable memory of quiet and beauty of that scene .
The close-up of Nico, seemingly distressed, in Philippe Garrel's Les Hautes Solitudes (1974), marks yet another ineffaceable instance.
But the war goes on; and we will have to bind up for years to come the many, sometimes ineffaceable, wounds that the colonialist onslaught has inflicted on our people.
I had witnessed my father waste his life in the bureaucracy and I had an ineffaceable belief that the civil service gave nothing to its employees but a lifetime of trauma, transfers and financial tribulations.
After I left Iran, in early July, I wrote that Iranians "have borne witness -- with cellphone video images, with photographs, through Twitter and other forms of social networking -- and have thereby amassed an ineffaceable global indictment of the usurpers of June 12.
The ineffaceable, sad birth-mark in the brow of man, is but the stamp of sorrow in the signers.
Jealousy is the rage of a man;" it takes possession of his whole nature; no occupation or pursuit in life, no literary culture or enjoyment, no sweet society of friends in the brilliancy of sunlight, no whisper of hope or promise of the future, can for one moment keep out of his mind, his heart or his soul, the deep, ineffaceable consuming fire of jealousy.
While not all exhibit similar attention to breadth and detail, the collection is nonetheless a fine primer to the ineffaceable impact that difference and particularity has exerted on feminist theological research and methodology.
The fact that one does not "yet really know how to identify" this event would perhaps explain why the "minimal deictic" of the date is resorted to as a way of naming this ineffaceable (but also ineffable--"like an intuition without concept"), "thing" that has occurred (2003: 86).