indestructibility


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indestructibility

noun aplomb, ceaselessness, changelessness, constancy, continuance, continuity, durableness, endlessness, endurance, everlastingness, immortality, immutability, imperishability, indefeasibility, indelibility, indissolubility, ineradicableness, inerasableness, insusceptibility to change, lastingness, permanence, perpetuity, stability, steadiness, unalterability, unchangeability
Associated concepts: indestructible trust
See also: inviolability
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The advantages of CD-ROM include massive data storage, indestructibility, mixed media formats, inexpensive drives, ease of use, low duplication cost and unlimited usage.(3)
Ironically, it is this same indestructibility, which makes plastics so useful, that creates such a problem in the waste stream.
But its innate durability, malleability and indestructibility can be used to create sound, hard-wearing materials.
Sceptics pretended that man could eventually recreate the soul as a chemical compound, without solving the Ibn Sina conundrum, namely, how a chemically induced soul could preserve its unity and generate a coherent non-material intellect that ensured its indestructibility.
They remind us - again and again, time after time - about the fragility of all our lives and the indestructibility of the human spirit.
South Riding is a rich, compassionate and humane story of politics in small places and, in the end, the indestructibility of the human spirit.
On the other hand, the "product" of his dream-world, the creature that he brings into existence, follows a trajectory that goes from the magician himself--the magician's imagination, where he is born--to another ruin, i.e., a similar location in the North, and ultimately, as implied by that creature's indestructibility, to infinity.
Hermann Lichtenberger (92-107) lists texts proclaiming the indestructibility of either the Jerusalem Temple or of the eschatological temple to be built by God and shows how the myth served the revolutionary program of the Zealots.
You also need the sense of indestructibility innate in all teenagers in order to ride one without being reduced to a gibbering wreck.
It's one of the Japanese company's most enduring models and known around the world for its ruggedness and near indestructibility.
By this period, above all because of its hardness and seeming indestructibility, jade had long been associated with immortality.
Billed as an 'urban on-roader' by its makers, the Streetwise is basically a Rover 25 on steroids with increased ground clearance and extra body cladding designed to provide the kind of appearance of rugged indestructibility which has made fashion four by fours like the Freelander and RAV 4 so popular.