impenetrate

impenetrate

(ɪmˈpɛnɪˌtreɪt)
vb
to penetrate thoroughly
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Dorian said, in a press brief held in Baghdad, through a private teleconference with reporters in Washington, that "eight brigades of the Iraqi army, at least will take part in the liberation of the city of Mosul from Daesh battles and we expect the involvement of the Iraqi police because they will be part of maintaining security case in the liberated areas and control them so that Daesh can not impenetrate them .
These diverse resources always impenetrate the EIS as they must be employed in innovative process.
Its structure thus disturbed, the molecular mesh surrounding the egg may collapse a bit, squeezing out water and making the zona impenetrate to late-arriving sperm.