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I wonder, then, at the experience of this unique, unalterable, un-anonymously-altered piece in the company of Lozano-Hemmer's other, largely crowd-sourced work.
This is a fact that is unalterable because a "moderating process cannot happen if the Koran continues to be regarded as the unalterable word of Allah," trainees were told.
The aforesaid database is used by every government agency, by the Royal Mail, the police force and all of the utilities, and, like every database, it is irrevocable, unalterable and incurable.
Although their characters are from opposite camps, they intriguingly respect each other's unalterable paternal history.
Bouhnek said the project reflects the prominent position held by children in the societal project of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, as well as the continued commitment to devote the concept of the higher interest of children, as an unalterable choice in the fair and balanced national development strategy.
The unalterable reality is that Wales is a very small country and its football team will nearly always be among the poorer ones in Europe.
After taking office, Santos said he would not close the door to talks, but they would have to be "based on the unalterable premise that (the guerrillas) give up arms, kidnapping, extortion, drug trafficking, and intimidation".
David Davies MP is, to his immense credit, advocating for better user of Welsh taxpayers' money and to G Jones of Treharris I would say that miners died in Wales (including members of my family), England and Scotland and that sad but unalterable feature of historical working conditions should not cloud the issue of how best this country can be run today in the interests of ordinary citizens and not just the interests of the political classes.
As Peter Dickinson says in his note to the reader, "I found myself forced to wrestle not only with the usual difficulty of sequels, their unalterable past, but also with the need to extend and deepen my magical structure to accommodate fresh marvels and provide a magical equivalent of the laws of physics, a framework within which otherwise absurdly powerful magical forces could contend.
Now presented in an updated and expanded third edition, "Building Bridges: Pope John Paul II And The Horizon Of Life" by philosopher, poet, writer and educator Lena Allen Shore offers informed insights into the life and work of a beloved Holy Father (with whom she enjoys a personal friendship), while comparing and contrasting her own life experiences that include the both of them enduring grievous personal loss, both of them maintaining their abiding faith in God under stressful circumstances, and coming to an unalterable conviction that peace is attainable in the course of everyday living with its triumphs and tragedies, its twists and turns, its successes and failures.
What he really means is that he pronounced Stanley a human 'disaster' in his book, so that is now the unalterable reality, which no other historian can be permitted to challenge.
A first step toward healing is accepting, not fighting, this unalterable reality.