unimpeachability


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It is the unimpeachability at law of a disadvantageous transaction which is the starting-point from which the court advances to consider whether the transaction is the product merely of one's own folly or of the undue influence exercised by another.
Those publications forgo ad revenues; users are paying not just for content but for unimpeachability.
Certainly not--not when our politicians, those whom we elect because of our confidence in their rationality and moral unimpeachability, consider it normal to cast aspersions on the less privileged castes of our society.
The unimpeachability of "culture" as a sensible signifier for large segments of our client populations appears to be taken as truth established beyond question.