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A miscast Ewan McGregor plays a teacher who, on holiday with his wife (Naomie Harris), becomes embroiled in a sinister - not to mention impenetrable - conspiracy involving the Russian mafia, the British Secret Service and a money launderer.
Neil Woodford, a fund manager, has said that banking stocks in the UK have become impenetrable.
Its own accounts are impenetrable and this committee keeps seeing instances of poor decision making by departments, which the Treasury could and should have prevented.
Also today, Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi praised the IRGC's role in protecting the country, and said the force acts like an impenetrable dam shielding Iran from enemy threats and plots.
The Impenetrable Forest: My Gorilla Years in Uganda" is Thor Hanson's reflections on his suffering for his craft as he stayed in such a village in order to further his studies on the endangered species of the Mountain Gorilla.
THE Treaty of Lisbon, binding us for good (or bad) if Parliament allows, is a "catalogue of amendments impenetrable for the public", according to French ex-President Giscard d'Estaing.
At Dover Academy, Kat learns that breaking into the school's impenetrable cliques is near impossible, but she's befriended by a self-appointed "cool nerd" named Mee-Seen, also known as Mouse.
Yale University Press has produced many beautiful books, but this one is spoiled not only by Tafuri's impossibly impenetrable writing, but by the many dim, hopelessly distorted, and often fuzzy black-and-white photographs of which the most horrible are those of the circular courtyard of the Palace of Charles V at Granada (104), Granada Cathedral (114, 118, 119, 120), and the great chapel in San Salvador at Ubela (123): they should have been rejected out of hand and decent photographs commissioned.
To do so, it exploits the quantum phenomenon of electron tunneling, in which electrons pass through seemingly impenetrable barriers.
It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable.
But part of the blame can be placed on the doorstep of governments and banks, which have created a nearly impenetrable thicket of complexity.
High-availability, scalability, and performance as well as nearly impenetrable security are the hallmarks of this legendary operating system.