- From Latin inviolabilitas (Wiktionary)
“Governments and international bodies can then lose sight of the objectivity and "inviolability" of rights.”
“Thus, being committed to the inviolability of human life from its first instant, thereby radically opposing the principle of violence also precisely in the defence of the most defenceless human creatures is part of an adult faith.”
““Part of an adult faith, for example, is a commitment to the inviolability of human life from its first moment, radically opposing the principle of violence, precisely in the defense of the most defenseless of human creatures,” the pope said.”
“The myth of the capital's inviolability -- which had been shared by all sections of the city's society -- had been irrevocably shattered.”
“Judaism insists on the absolute integrity and inviolability of the original text, but permits translation.”
“That is not a situation when Dobson would argue for the inviolability of that marriage.”
“Her skill of painting human body was obvious even after her intentional strive of covering the inviolability of human beings.”
“In his homily, he took up the words of Pope Benedict's homily at Solemn Vespers on the occasion of the conclusion of the Pauline Year highlighted on the NLM, and exhorted the new priests to be committed to the inviolability of human life from its first instant, thereby radically opposing the principle of violence also precisely in the defence of the most defenceless human creatures is part of an adult faith.”
“The great danger from nationalization is the loss of the perceived inviolability of private capital, and how that will affect overall risk premiums and the cost of capital throughout the economy.”
“But this very aura of inviolability may be storing up problems, since it means that governments can borrow still more at cheap rates.”
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