from The Century Dictionary.
- Incapable of being made void; irreversible.
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Yes, it's unvoidable that racial profiling will happen in some cases, no law is 100% perfect.
Dr Leger told the commission, chaired by Mr Justice Ramon Leon with three assessors, that the "ideology of misadventure" implied that the majority of fatalities (about 90 per cent) were unvoidable and were simply part of the job since they were due to the danger inherent in the work.
E coli, salmonella and hepatitis - is not desirable but proved unvoidable for a front-crawl swimmer who reached speeds of up to three miles an hour.
So, in the interests of helping law firms and maintaining insurers 'interest in the market, is it time to loosen the SRA's minimum terms and conditions that every insurer is required to offer and make the cover unvoidable?
The Department of Energy had argued that the lack of a federal storage facility constituted an "unvoidable delay" and that's why it failed to meet its statutory obligations to remove spent nuclear fuel from commercial nuclear power plants across the nation.
The large and more stable a corporation is, the more resistant it is to disruption in its practices and business model including the unvoidable short-term disruptions from what might be long-term innovative gain.