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Nonlethal systems could have antipersonal features (which incapacitate people or, at least, persuade them to leave), antimaterial features (which can dissolve rubbers and plastics, convert gasoline to gel, slick roads into impassability), and antielectronics features (e.g., high-powered microwaves, electrical shorts).
Unfortunately, the jacket design of Rebel: The Life and Legend of James Dean Donald Spoto, Harper-Collins, 306 pp.), with its black and white and shades of grey and its lean hip type, does more to approach the stylish impassability of James Dean than anything on the pages within.
A retraction and dissolution of exchange is envisioned, a deepening vacuum-like void of impassability. The animating desire is undisturbed, isolated, transparent atomism.
- Due to the lack of documentation, system operation by the TSZ of the University Hospital and associated lack of detailed knowledge about the current operation and condition of the plant, technical impassability is to be expected, to which immediate and solid expertise must be addressed.
The memoirs of the era show that one of the most common complaints of Russia's road travellers in the eighteenth century was the impassability of the roads in the spring and fall due to floods and thawing.
Although the apparent "problem" of reconciling divine love and impassability can easily be "solved" by denying the attribute of impassibility, the utter mystery of God is illumined only when the two attributes are shown to be not contradictory but complementary.
God the Father does not give himself up, but his Son (the Church condemns the monophysitic 'patripassianism.')"(80) Abe answers that Kung has reverted to the problematic notions of impassability and immutability characteristic of the early church.
The products from this model range have been designed for driving on hard crust surface roads and allow the drivers to feel confident on country roads and in case of slight impassability of roads.
The term refers both to the condition of impassability and the times of the year when it is prevalent.
Such an approach results, for example, in a radical refashioning of our understanding of the Trinity and the divine perfections, as is evident in Balthasar's work, wherein divine immutability and impassability as classically understood are seriously called into question and a more nuanced understanding emerges in which receptivity, for example, emerges as a divine perfection, as a perfection of love.(60)
After passing several kilometers from Sata on impassability, it is possible to see incredible landscapes of high-mountainous Kolsai lakes and Kayyndy lakes.