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The main reason for this matter is superiority of some old context neighborhoods and city centers (which have been maximum unassailability) in some serving commercial indices.
Within the context of "Delta Autumn," this wasteful low-minded practice undercuts the perceived unassailability of Ike's moral superiority and makes Ike's criticism of Roth's hunting ethos, or lack thereof, "more than just a bit hypocritical" (Harrington 522).
It closes off critical dialogues while establishing Indian government's moral unassailability. For example, Verghese (1999) unequivocally supports government's developmental claims and severely chastises those who point out its dismal track record.
The title gap may remain Matterhornesque in its apparent unassailability, but it could have been even worse if Musselburgh - where Hanagan was booked to ride in every race - had gone ahead.
They were provided with the initial research model and the proposed variables to establish the basic unassailability of model.
Things taken for granted--increasing real estate values, stability of established global financial institutions, and unassailability of the automotive industry--can no longer be assumed.
Certainly his support for the confiscation of the estates held by Tories can hardly be considered an example of this, and he explicitly reaffirmed the unassailability of property rights in his Second Inaugural.
This belief is quite astounding if one believes in the unassailability of other-regarding orientation.
In explaining how the Court managed to maintain its independence from external pressures and turn into an agent of democratization, this article has adopted Ginsburg's, Horowitz's, and Stephenson's emphasis on the importance of the diffusion of political power and the institutional design of the Court, but it also pointed to the judges' judicial activism as a main source of their societal support, moral authority, and unassailability. The latter part of this assessment suggests that, in Horowitz's words, "not even the most careful design of a constitutional court can guarantee that it will become a bulwark of law and guarantor of human rights" (Horowitz 2006, 131).
Because once an untouchable right becomes touchable, it soon withers to inconsequence under a sustained assault--unless a major effort is put forth to resurrect the right's unassailability.
A perception of political unassailability of the EU and an aura of the inevitability of European integration also act as constant reminders to citizens (rightly or wrongly) that they are impotent to bring about change, which perpetuates opposition.
Like the Islamists, they argued that by the eighteenth century, Western instrumental rationality had tipped the balance of Western thinking, allowing knowledge derived in this manner to claim a false unassailability. Like the Shiite clerics, adepts of the Critical Theory claimed that the reification of scientific (or rational) thought had become so radical that it had become a means of dominance and control of the environment, nature and of Man himself.