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- adj. unavoidable.
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The problem with MDMA is not its toxicity, which is weak, but its direct and inavoidable effects: release of large quantities of serotonin from brain depo, leading to depletion of this pool and subsequent serotonin deficit.
No wonder the KMT lost the whole China to CCP...after reading statements like those you start to realize KMT failure is inavoidable.
Actually, eight is not a good thing for the health factor, but that’s practically inavoidable, since it’s ice cream.
"It put me in mind of those ancient patriarchs who had no fixed abode, dwelt under tents, were in some manner master of all the countries they travelled over, and peaceably enjoyed all their productions without having the trouble which is inavoidable in the possession of a real domain.