impossible to break

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This indifferent, if not hostile, attitude on William's part made it impossible to break off without animosity, largely and completely.
I conceive that with English spurs, the slightest touch of which pricks the skin, it would be impossible to break in a horse after the South American fashion
'There is a lot of online face-changing software - but no matter how realistic, it is impossible to break through the facial payment system', the company said on its Weibo account.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's meeting with his Tanzanian counterpart, Dr John Pombe Magufuli, has helped to reassure the two neighbours of Kenya's commitment to the East African Community.Kenya and Tanzania share a deep-rooted social, economic and cultural heritage that is impossible to break.
It is gratifying to note that others have also reached the same conclusion now.He said Pakistan has whole-heartedly facilitated the Afghan peace process in good faith and as a shared responsibility and will continue playing its due role.He said our support has been crucial in overcoming the political stalemate that looked impossible to break just a year ago.
He noted that Pakistan's support was crucial in overcoming the political stalemate 'that looked impossible to break just a year ago' and mentioned Prime Minister Imran Khan's personal commitment to peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
It is absolutely impossible to break the law, "said Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
Today--especially in New York--it's nearly impossible to break through the noise.
Charity Barnardo's chief Javed Khan said: "Children get caught in a wicked web where they find it almost impossible to break free."
"Children get caught in a wicked web - they find it almost impossible to break free.
Despite the black dog's attempts to break free, and the intervention of three winery employees, the pit bull's vice-like grip was impossible to break.
But the couple's secluded and isolated location meant it was almost impossible to break the terrible news to the princess that her father was dead.