incoercible


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in·co·er·ci·ble

 (ĭn′kō-ûr′sə-bəl)
adj.
Difficult or impossible to coerce or control forcibly: incoercible rebel leaders.

incoercible

(ˌɪnkəʊˈɜːsəbəl)
adj
1. unable to be coerced or compelled
2. (General Physics) (of a gas) not capable of being liquefied by pressure alone
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L'eveque incoercible de London, Michael Francis Fallon, est reste entibrement motive par ses loyautes tripartites envers l'Empire britannique, les catholiques irlandais et la foi catholique.
Yet as noted by Gordon citing Fanon (1968: 140), "the native is so starved for anything, anything that will turn him into a human being, any borne of humanity flung to him, that his hunger is incoercible, and these poor scraps of charity, may here and there, overwhelm him These scraps of civility are not sudden act of voluntary good will.
Le president du CNES a fait valoir [beaucoup moins que]le caractere incoercible des consensus a batir, tant a l'interne qu'a l'international, autour des plateformes-base, constituees par le triptyque necessairement solidaire d'une croissance economique auto-entretenue, d'un partage equitable des fruits de cette croissance et, enfin, d'une preservation/valorisation des actifs environnementaux garantissant la durabilite ecologique[beaucoup plus grand que].