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- adv. In an inalienable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner that forbids alienation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So as not to be alienable: as, rights inalienably vested.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an inalienable manner
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Full of mythological resonances, expressing a deeply personal, sensuous interaction with both materials and imagery, Ms. Lemos has, through this trilogy, also sought to express that very contemporary Greek experience of being both inalienably rooted in an ancient culture and adrift on the seas of the world.
No authorization is needed for a Constitutional Convention, it is inherent and inalienably the right of the Honduran People.
The yearning for freedom and truth is inalienably part of our common humanity.
We will do everything within our Constitutional and Human Rights to protect and preserve possession of this power that is inalienably Ours to be given but never taken away.
The majority of property is owned by the National Trust, and in accordance with the National Trust Act 1907 and the National Trust Act (Northern Ireland) 1946, the area is preserved inalienably.
Building up healthy and morally cultured political players is inalienably concerned with the process of political transformation.
If the body cannot be property, it will always be carrying meanings or messages that are inalienably its own.
Then, when will the excecutive branch grant us back the civil liberties that are supposed to be ours inherently, inalienably?
We view the appointment as fundamentally incompatible with the ethical values of truthfulness, tolerance, disinterested enquiry, respect for national and international laws, and care for the opinions, property and lives of others to which Stanford is inalienably committed.
“We view the appointment as fundamentally incompatible with the ethical values of truthfulness, tolerance, disinterested enquiry, respect for national and international laws and care for the opinions, property and lives of others to which Stanford is inalienably committed,” the petition reads.