impervious to change

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That is why the Constitution can be described as 'affirmative action' to correct the injustices of the past to the poor and to dismantle feudalism that has been impervious to change to this day,' Monsod said.
Furthermore, the evidence suggests that the NHS is remarkably impervious to change - clinicians who control the purse strings dislike it and carry on as normal - meaning there is very little evidence of real organisational transformation.
This concept is known as anti-fragility, where the idea isn't to become more impervious to change and market forces, but to be more adaptable to these changes.
A more useless neurosis is General Anxiety Disorder, a condition not uncommon among political activists living in countries apparently impervious to change -- positive change anyway.
On the other hand, the views of that group are not necessarily impervious to change, even if some are beyond persuasion.
For many decades prior to 1989, humanity was haunted by the possibility that facets of modernity -- bureaucracy and propaganda technologies -- could produce permanent tyrannies impervious to change.
Your generation is charged with this task of breaking through what the body politic has thus far made impervious to change," she said.
If measurements are impervious to change in any situation, the measurements could be perceived as inherently weighted toward a certain outcome.
Both should understand that if North Africa consolidates as the first democratic platform in the Arab world, this would immensely help the women and men now struggling for freedom in the Levant and the Gulf, where conditions are more impervious to change and where they will have to experience a number of defeats before succeeding in establishing democracy.
Let it never be said that the Ascot Authority is impervious to change.
C Their rights and lifestyle were impervious to change.
Ascoli concludes first by deconstructing the palinode, Dante's quintessential act of revision, by which he generates an impression of auctoritas that seems impervious to change, and then by analyzing authorship and authority in the Commedia.