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- adjective Insurmountable.
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- adjective incapable of being surmounted or climbed
- adjective not capable of being surmounted or overcome
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As for functional programming being "unsurmountable", I would seriously doubt that.
He said the absence of a specific geographic area associated largely with ethnic Afrikaners was an "unsurmountable" obstacle to
WE are broke because they scam and skim the government thru wars and Unthinkable spending thru giving unsurmountable Pensions and Health Care Benefits to themselves.
In 1977 George Lucas brought to the world an epic unlike anything ever done in cinema before, like the reigning King of the World, Star Wars seemed unsurmountable with its box office strength but also its ability to capture the attention of just about anyone at the time.
Obama already has an unsurmountable lead in pledged delegates.
I guess the fact that he now has an unsurmountable lead in the only measure that one needs to win the nomination (PLEDGED DELEGATES) is not news enough.
Surely you can see that he has momentum and an unsurmountable lead.
As for her absorption power, in the early days the possibility that she eventually would learn to control it seemed quite high at least two stories seemed to indicate that her inability to control her power stemmed from a not unsurmountable mental problem and so fans could also look forward to a Rogue in control of her powers if they wanted.
As a Marxist historian he said that presented him with a problem, but not, he added, an unsurmountable one.
Since they waited until this late date, they are running into possibly unsurmountable obstacles.