Unscrutable

Un`scru´ta`ble


a.1.Inscrutable.
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021 (West 1978), in finding circumstantial evidence sufficient to prove that the defendant knew the murder victim's status as a law-enforcement officer; the court also declined to address "the unscrutable question of mens rea," Baker, 636 S.
I noticed that I followed happily his idea of semantic irregularity as long as it remained an unfixed, unfixable, dynamically onflowing process of unscrutable co-existence (where existence is traveling, and co-existence fellow-traveling) intensely activating the sentience-space between the persistently ontologically distinct objects/texts stubbornly resistant to semantic fusion (as in: 'the named bearing the name .