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IMMUTABLE. What cannot be removed, what is unchangeable. The laws of God being perfect, are immutable, but no human law can be so considered.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Blockchain is a secure immutable ledger for tracking assets.
Customers have been asking us for regulatory compliance that provides an immutable means of referring and accessing statutory data".
One answer that has been offered in the context of the constitutional guarantee of equal protection is that certain human traits are immutable, meaning they were not chosen.
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Kobeissi concluded that Hezbollah resistance remains to be an absolute immutable right for all Lebanese.
He offers a counter-case to the notion that homelands are immutable containers for fixed identities, as well as the increasingly prevalent idea that they are anachronisms soon to fade from this world.
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Romans 121:2) which, in faith and moral matters, are immutable ("Anyone who listens to you listens to me," Luke 10:16).
"So well established is it, that it now warrants the designation of an immutable scientific law, and should be taught as such.
All as one staring out to sea More spare time than you and me Immutable sentinels there they stand In that vast expanse of sand