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Inconceivable will make a great book club selection, stimulating interesting conversations about relevant, contemporary social issues.
In this era of outsiders, anti-elites, nationalistic strongmen, and disruptive forces in world politics, the burial of the denounced dictator Marcos was just the latest inconceivable to occur.
She said: "We have been put into this position by, largely, the Conservative Party and if there is a view in the Scottish Parliament that the best way to protect our interests is to offer independence again, the idea that the same party that put us into that position would then deny us that choice, I just find inconceivable.
The founding principle of the EU was to make war inconceivable, and we should not take it for granted that war could never happen again.
Inconceivable Beasts: The Wonders of the East in the Beowulf Manuscript
NEW YORK -- It's not completely inconceivable -- ''The Princess Bride'' is coming to the stage.
It is inconceivable under normal conditions that letters exchanged between nations' leaders are sent back," Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura told a press conference.
Summary: Senegalese Foreign Minister Alioune Badara highlighted, on Monday in Rabat, the Kingdom's important role in Africa, saying that the African Union is inconceivable without Morocco.
We're seeing something inconceivable -- we suspect right-wing extremists are responsible for horrible acts of violence, for right-wing terror.
Mike Dillon, Ladbrokes public relations director It would have been inconceivable at the start
Of course our Labour Government would never be involved in nepotism, cronyism and it's absolutely inconceivable Labour would be involved in old school tie-ism.