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  • "Unassailable"; not subject to attack; here the meaning is rather that of _unconquerable_.

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  • "Unassailable" sets the bar impossibly high when there is a dedicated corps of assailants out there hard at work.

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  • Charlie SheenThe "Inexplicably Hitherto Unassailable Section" of the US celebrity market seems to be having quite a clearout.

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  • Unassailable certainty is the thing that gives a newspaper the firmest and most valuable reputation.

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  • This particularly afflicts bloggers in the 20-45 age range who grew up with the revised texts and teachers, totally convinced of the invulnerability and immutability of evolution, which is patently false; 4. the misrepresentation of the scientific method, as stated above and its transformation from ‘hypothesis and empirical investigation, leading to a progressively increasing body of evidence’ to the status of Unassailable Lore.

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  • Unassailable after September 11, he is now struggling to shore up a wobbly economy, reassure panicky investors and distance himself from corporate scandals.

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  • Unassailable evidence of a plot to assassinate key Qwaqwa opponents has been provided to the ANC by some of the intended victims.

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  • If we join him you still won't be top man but you'll be a damn sight richer Unassailable logic, Duff nodded.

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  • Her slightest wish had always been to them an Unassailable law.

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