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He writes: 'When you're away from me, it's absolutely a physical removal, unsupportable and irreperable (sic) .
Two new reports - one by a panel headed by a former defense secretary and one by a panel of Army generals - this week should put an end to that unsupportable claim.
THE paranoia of a minority continues to put spurious reasons forward to support the unsupportable case for the Welsh language first on dual road signs in our beautiful Wales, where everyone speaks English and less than 20% can speak Welsh.
The status quo cannot continue to exist as it is - it is unsupportable at present,' she told the BMA's annual meeting in Torquay.
The are unsupportable away from home, but reliable at Highbury, where I expect them to shade it against Juventus tonight.
The result was something that was enjoyable enough for a short time, but quickly became boring and financially unsupportable.
However, this comes with a cost penalty and the pharmaceutical industry has reached the point at which further upscaling becomes economically unsupportable.
We have seen the deliberate promotion of economically unsupportable mass immigration.
Just one in four (26 per cent) agrees with Professor Chris Higgins, vice-chancellor of Durham University, that "creationism is completely unsupportable as a theory, and the only reason to mention creationismin schools is to enable teachers to demonstrate why the idea is scientific nonsense and has no basis in evidence or rational thought.
Just 26 per cent agree with a view expressed by Professor Chris Higgins, vice-chancellor of Durham University that "creationism is completely unsupportable as a theory, and the only reason to mention creationism in schools is to enable teachers to demonstrate why the idea is scientific nonsense and has no basis in evidence or rational thought.
The E-2D Advanced Hawkeye will replace the existing AN/APS-145 radar system and other aircraft system components that are either obsolete or becoming unsupportable, and upgrade or replace other aircraft systems as required to support and enable the radar upgrade.
Mr Justice Pumphrey ruled that Bamber's claim, apart from being procedurally flawed, was unsupportable in the light of his conviction.