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  • adv. In an unrepeatable way.


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  • He always insisted (as he did in his beautiful brief work on the Holy Spirit, published not long after his retirement) that you blessed people not things; he was always uncomfortable with the spirituality of the Three Hours on Good Friday, insisting that this was the day above all days when a spirituality of the imitation of Christ was inappropriate, since you were celebrating what Christ alone and unrepeatably had done.

    Sermon for the Life and Work of the Revd Prof CFD Moule

  • There are things that apply unrepeatably, muscle memory and pumping blood and jots of dust, the narrative that lives in the spaces of the official play-by-play.


  • His litany of those who did him wrong, or damage art, is limitless, acute and often unrepeatably hilarious.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • Last year, Edmonton benefitted significantly (likely unrepeatably) from the shootout.

    Kuklas Korner


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