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"We assume inevitability for the American enterprise because of where we now sit, a kind of inexorability that everything was destined somehow to turn out the way it did.
Virtually every day of the year he is out there somewhere gnawing his way towards the next target with all the inexorability of the ocean eroding the base of some mighty cliff.
Although some attempted to take into consideration the inexorability of democracy, many churchmen at an ideological level preferred a monarchical form of government.
The people at home had to hold out for all those years - and the inexorability of those times should be thought about.
As a talky, digressive, and also topic-ridden book, it has none of the feeling of sly inexorability that propels a reader of the early novels toward the promised end.
The 20th January tragedy, which brought to huge losses and destruction of innocent people, demonstrated martial spirit, inexorability and pride of our nation, which couldn't stand betrayal policy of the criminal empire led by Gorbachev towards Azerbaijan, aspired to freedom and independence.
Building with the awful inexorability of Greek tragedy, Jason Osder's riveting documentary "Let the Fire Burn" chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and a back-to-nature African-American collective called Move.
Malthusian foresight marks exactly that passage--from the "self-enclosed loop of Life to (Self) Consciousness." Or rather, "foresight" marks the spot where consciousness might intervene in the very "loop of Life." For truly, despite the apparent algorithmic inexorability of Malthus's principle, what strikes this reader is Malthus's interest in imagining the potentially supervenient consciousnessness of his geometrically-reproducing subjects--the consciousnesses of men, it should be said: for aside from a few brief albeit extremely interesting forays, Malthus is overwhelmingly interested in the male subject, and in a particular kind of male subject.
And while our panel does a terrific of exploring the role these technology elements play in operations improvement and visibility, our consulting team from Accenture takes us a step deeper by defining the cloud-enabled, transportation "control tower" concept that's been inexorability linked to the visibility discussion (page 36).
The sheer number of victims and the dreadful inexorability of further suffering are hard for foreign observers to conceive of.
Maley argues that Weber described bureaucracy conservative as "historically contingent and subject to change" when addressing the conservative Junker class, while highlighting the inexorability of bureaucracy when addressing socialist audiences.
Since the accuracy and inexorability of Talano d'Imolese's dream would seem to be proven by its fulfillment, it may initially seem that this tale simply confirms the most oppressive sort of fatalism and casts doubt on human freedom.