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Inviolable dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. But it is anything but inviolable.
  2. And so do you, though you should be inviolable to most.
  3. As it was an inviolable law for every gallant to keep to his partner, for.
  4. An example of the inviolable social hierarchy that all adolescents adhered to.
  5. They will always seek equilibrium, for it is the inviolable law of nature to equalize.

  6. The salvation of the state is held rather to depend on the inviolable maintenance of them.
  7. Formerly they believed themselves sprung from Jupiter, and shielded by their birth; but nowadays they are not inviolable.
  8. Holroyd had written at the proper moment from his inviolable sanctuary within the eleven-storey high factory of great affairs.
  9. In grateful return for your kind attention we have decided to declare your property inviolable, and to invest it with a thieves' taboo.
  10. My father, I knew, was in the house, but his library was inviolable, and it was not until just before dinner that he appeared to greet me.
  11. It looks clean and straight in the books, as if the line between the two were inviolable, that each realm remains itself: here’s Heaven and here’s Earth.
  12. It is of a nature so sacredly inviolable that, when clearly ascertained, I would never encroach upon it by any means but through the regular constituted authority.
  13. These stories created a shared space, a sacred commons, an inviolable communion: the soil feeding, air breathing, water nourishing god, Mother, system of life that is the Earth.
  14. All forms of private selective ownership are continually preserved, perpetuated, sanctified and sought to be made as inviolable and sacrosanct as possible by the passage of time.
  15. The inviolable Law which I try to convey is simple and objective: the Energies that you generate “now” yourself will also structure “future” circumstances of your own Life.

  16. It seemed a shock in the midst of this great land: inviolable, separate and alone, as if it had always been and would always be here, absorbing every color of visible light but blue.
  17. Great men are truthful, and these little prostitutes, staring in the fire, taking out a powder-puff, decorating lips at an inch of looking-glass, have (so Jacob thought) an inviolable fidelity.
  18. The means may be likened to a seed, and the end results of the actions to a tree; and there is an inviolable connection between the means and the end as there is between the seed and the tree.
  19. Sanctity --- Usually devoted to a service or use, worthy of veneration and entitled to reverence and respect, in this reflection the term will focus on something unassailable, inviolable --- highly valued and important.
  20. His parting gibes were listened to in a dead, boding silence, and, with these biting words in his mouth, the triumphant Magua passed unmolested into the forest, followed by his passive captive, and protected by the inviolable laws of Indian hospitality.
  21. There was a dead horse in the hollow by the path to my house, which compelled me sometimes to go out of my way, especially in the night when the air was heavy, but the assurance it gave me of the strong appetite and inviolable health of Nature was my compensation for this.
  22. Till the whole of those expenses, together with the ordinary profits of stock, have been completely repaid to him by the advanced rent which he gets from his land, that advanced rent ought to be regarded as sacred and inviolable, both by the church and by the king ; ought to be subject neither to tithe nor to taxation.
  23. Governments should have set men free from the cruelty of the personal struggle, and given them confidence in the inviolable structure of State life; but instead of doing this they impose on individuals a repetition of the same dangers, with this difference, that in the place of struggle between individuals of the same group, it is a case of struggle between groups.
  24. As it was an inviolable law for every gallant to keep to his partner, for the night especially, and even till he relinquished possession over to the community, in order to preserve a pleasing property, and to avoid the disgusts and indelicacy of another arrangement, the company, after a short refection of biscuits and wine, tea and chocolate, served in at now about one in the morning, broke up, and went off in pairs.
  25. As soon as the tired chanters, who were singing the service for the twentieth time that day, began lazily and mechanically to sing: ‘Save from calamity Thy servants, O Mother of God,’ and the priest and deacon chimed in: ‘For to Thee under God we all flee as to an inviolable bulwark and protection,’ there again kindled in all those faces the same expression of consciousness of the solemnity of the impending moment that Pierre had seen on the faces at the foot of the hill at Mozhaysk and momentarily on many and many faces he had met that morning; and heads were bowed more frequently and hair tossed back, and sighs and the sound men made as they crossed themselves were heard.

  26. As soon as the tired chanters, who were singing the service for the twentieth time that day, began lazily and mechanically to sing: “Save from calamity Thy servants, O Mother of God,” and the priest and deacon chimed in: “For to Thee under God we all flee as to an inviolable bulwark and protection,” there again kindled in all those faces the same expression of consciousness of the solemnity of the impending moment that Pierre had seen on the faces at the foot of the hill at Mozháysk and momentarily on many and many faces he had met that morning; and heads were bowed more frequently and hair tossed back, and sighs and the sound men made as they crossed themselves were heard.
  27. In such an instance as this, will it be said that after this measure has been sanctioned by Congress on full deliberation and debate; after the bill establishing this bank had received the approbation of the President, who reserved his signature to it till the last moment permitted by the constitution, and after he had viewed the question with all its bearings in every attitude it could be presented, after full consultation with his Cabinet Ministers and others of high intellectual character; after the law thus sanctioned by the Legislature and the President has been acquiesced in and practised on for the space of twenty years, when it has been considered inviolable, and corroborating laws passed during the administration and legislation of different dominant political parties; when those laws have been sanctioned by the solemn adjudication of all our judges, both of the General and State Governments; to suppose that all these considerations are to have no influence as to putting to rest a constitutional question which was doubtful in its origin, is to be skeptical and scrupulous beyond all reasonable bound.

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