Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not to be erased or obliterated: as, the inerasable records of sin.

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  • Faceless, nameless, and unpaid, they would pound their fingers numb on the rusty typewriters, punching inerasable black marks onto the yellowing paper behind the carbon sheets.

    Peer Review

  • "If there is a consistent thread in my selections for this year's Senses of Cinema: 2006 World Poll," writes acquarello, "it is that these films in one or another define the complexity of human memory, whether alienating in its inescapable persistence, inerasable in its architectural concreteness, frustrating in its grawing consciousness, haunting in its recursive irresolution, and quietly tragic in its sad, consuming delusion."

    GreenCine Daily: Lists, 12/26.

  • Besides, it's the Internet: how can anyone erase the inerasable?

    NYT > Global Home

  • Besides, it's the Internet: How can anyone erase the inerasable?

    The Seattle Times

  • You remember exactly where you were the day the planes hit the World Trade Center, that sudden smoking vastation in the Emerald City, persisting to this day as an inerasable vision of death: horror in instalments.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Nevertheless, the Copenhagen talks have shed some light on the urgency with which the world must deal with its inerasable carbon footprint.

    Taipei Times

  • Instead, it is required that these people change their men and women, renounce their identity and their history and be like the Republic of the whites, the rich, the eucated, the Spanish-speakers - where, for everyone else, the inerasable color of their skin will forever condemn them (those men and women) to second-class citizenship.

    CounterPunch

  • For example, if a friend of yours wants an AiMind to liven up a WebSite, you code the DoxoLogy of your friend right into the inerasable KnowledgeBase.

    Advogato

  • Of course, it’s an unofficial impeachment, but it will also, through its documentation, be inerasable.

    Libby Trial Exposes Neocon Shadow Government

  • "If there is a consistent thread in my selections for this year's acquarello," it is that these films in one or another define the complexity of human memory, whether alienating in its inescapable persistence, inerasable in its architectural concreteness, frustrating in its grawing consciousness, haunting in its recursive irresolution, and quietly tragic in its sad, consuming delusion. "

    GreenCine Daily

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