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- adv. In a way that cannot be erased.
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She is, as the chair of the DLC's American Dream Initiative, unerasably tied to their backwards, conservative policies.
He is most unerasably booked in the history of the squaring of the circle, as the speculator who took a right to assume a proposition for the destruction of other propositions, on the express ground that Euclid assumes a proposition to show that it destroys itself: which is as if the curate should demand permission to throttle the squire because St. Patrick drove the vermin to suicide to save themselves from slaughter.