mistakable


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The Luxor was not built 10 years ago, but the beacon of what seemed like dozens of USAF crash and rescue vehicles that marked runaway 21L was no less mistakable.
18) What matters most for us in Plutarch's account is its evidence that the allusions by Virgil, and lat er by Dorat, to the Cretan labyrinth are not merely decorative; they correspond to a complex but mistakable historical connection.
Freedom in a highly constructed space is a different kind of freedom, much less obvious and hence more easily mistakable for its absence.