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My breeding is intact and ineradicable. I was born and grew up with it and it shows with the right people.
It signals the ultimate triumph of the European ineradicable xenophobia.
I believe that would be a disastrous mistake that would lead to permanent and ineradicable feelings of betrayal.
"I believe that would be a disastrous mistake that would lead to ineradicable feelings of betrayal." He adds: "I want to try today to anatomise at least some fears and show...
In this invisible reverse-mentoring relationship, a few have made an ineradicable mark without knowing it is happening.
The deep wounds inflicted on the national psyche on April 4, 1979, and Dec 27, 2007 are ineradicable, and at least in the latter case the pain remains palpable.
On the other hand, by virtue of his transcendence of the bodily, man possesses an ineradicable reference to totality, a desire for Being.
In what appears to be the newest addition to the current and ineradicable mission to vulgarize our entire worldwhich, at the moment, seems to be increasingly headed towards an endgame of insanity, self-destruction, and internal combustionMichael Bay, the director of big-budget, money-spinning art crimes like Pearl Harbor, Armageddon, and Transformers 1, 2, 3, and 4, has chosen to bedeck Winston Churchill's former home of Blenheim Palace with swastika flags and other decorative SS paraphernalia.
It is far past time for the "ineradicable Cult of Point-Oh-Five" to go, he states.
In the main, "democracy muddles through war and revolutionary change, its confusions ineradicable and its progress inexorable.
"Tragedy is the ineradicable risk to which we expose ourselves in the act of using our capacity for freedom" (p.
Their painstaking composition betrays the persistence, if not of hope, of an ineradicable need to create.