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That is Scott's own conclusion matched perhaps by Gouldthorpe's own tribute: 'Somewhere out in that vastness, the bodies of Scott and his companions lie perfectly preserved within the ice sheet as it moves them inexorably toward the sea.
Others wait in anxious anticipation As the war creeps inexorably, closer and closer There will be no thin, red line to protect them From being enclosed by the thin, blue line.
While MPs fiddle, democracy slowly but inexorably burns.
COULD it be that this current government is leading the country inexorably to a second Dark Age?
The percussive piano of His Nibs sets out stall, driving inexorably onward, slowed down only by some tricky time changes.
He wrote: "Sir Menzies has appeared more like the animated and slightly hapless captain of a battered hot air balloon that gradually but inexorably is losing height.
But an assassination attempt or two later, and Amin starts inexorably down the bloodthirsty path that would eventually cost some 300,000 Ugandans their lives and millions more untold misery.
The trouble is that the more one becomes immersed in the Book of Common Prayer, its 39 Articles, its history, liturgy, and theology, the more inexorably one is led to Rome.
Lar Lubovitch's Concerto Six Twenty Two made a good closer, although by the third viewing it seemed inexorably cute as the dancers kicked up their heels and capered in the choreographer's well-crafted arrangements.
The wily Odysseus sails inexorably home to Ithaca to the rhythmic ebb and flow of Robert Fagle's straightforward modern translation.
Finally, inexorably, the spotlight comes to rest on Ratzinger.
In patients with Parkinson's disease, the brain's dopamine-secreting neurons inexorably die off.