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They also serve a secondary purpose, that of countering arguments from non-Christians who claim that Christianity is inescapably other worldly in its concerns.
It is inescapably sad that an area is so in need of jobs and investment that an enormous prison is seen as a desirable business to attract, but with one's pragmatic head on it is foolish to overlook the possibilities.
And Mr Paterson's ministerial aide David Burrowes MP said marriage was "inescapably heterosexual".
Lord knows just how much best crockery has met its end each time the inescapably danceable Baggy Trousers has filtered through the speakers or how many of you have put your back out while doing the moves.
Social scientists in Europe, Turkey, and Australia explore perception and public representations of Islam and Muslims at a time when international and national contexts make those identifications inescapably political.
European Tour officials, who would not be quoted, were keen last night to point out that Poulter had merely made a semantic error, but his comment will inescapably rile the Americans before Friday's opening session.
As their subjects share their experiences and reflect on the strange mixture of shame and dignity each branded number confers, directors Dana Doron and Uriel Sinai craft a straightforward but inescapably emotional item that, at its roughly one-hour length, is ideally suited to broadcast play.
"We consider it inescapably incumbent upon us to highlight it as the major party, which bore the greatest responsibilities in ushering peace and harmony to a country engulfed in violence and the horrors of death over three decades.
Pico, Justice William Brennan wrote, "In brief, we hold that local school boards may not remove books from school library shelves simply because they dislike the ideas contained in those books and seek by their removal to 'prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion.' Such purposes stand inescapably condemned by our precedents."
In the modern world, economic sovereignty for small nations is inescapably limited and political sovereignty is largely symbolic.
"The regional outbound market is evolving and inescapably requires changes as we need to know and understand consumers better to be able to market to them."
This leads inescapably to the First Law of Sustainability, "that in a resource-constrained environment, goods and services can only grow at the rate at which their resource intensity can be reduced beyond that needed to balance the One Planet Equation".