“Only his successor, Tony Blair, arguably the most un-Labour leader of all, enjoyed years of respect and seeming impregnability.”
“After 10 years of chasing the dream of impregnability and now trillions of dollars poorer, we have more enemies then ever.”
“This spoke not only of their impregnability, but also of their ample storage, designed to survive years of siege.”
“They were so confident of the impregnability of their fortress that they called down to Alexander saying he would never take the place unless his soldiers had wings.”
“I never was privy to a directive to tout the impregnability of every new dot-com that came along.”
“Is there an active definition of "financial impregnability" among HBCU leaders?”
“But that was not enough for Rosenfield and his colleagues, who had not yet reached the financial impregnability they had targeted.”
“They can do this by summoning up a Rosenfield-like focus on building their own quiet revolutions until they too reach financial impregnability.”
“You think the details mattered -- of the nuclear physics of the waste, or the impregnability of the waste containers, or the geologic stability of the disposal site?”
“It was as if they did not trust the impregnability of their own position.”
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Braggartly professed super-abilities.
unsurpassability, indisputability, almighty, inconfutability, ineffability, uninterruptibility, superfashionability, indefatigability, imperturbability, irrefragability, insuperability, inalienability and 40 more...
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