inalienably


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in·al·ien·a·ble

 (ĭn-āl′yə-nə-bəl, -ā′lē-ə-)
adj.
That cannot be transferred to another or others: inalienable rights.

in·al′ien·a·bil′i·ty n.
in·al′ien·a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.inalienably - in an inalienable manner; "this property is held inalienably"
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And, besides," he continued, with a fastidious sensibility, inalienably characteristic of the man," it would not be fit nor beautiful to go!
Victim Fauzia said, 'My daughter Hina along with her husband Amir Gujjar and land mafia inalienably threatened and abused me for the five canals and 12 marla property left by my late husband.' Amir Gujjar claimes himself to be the son of an MPA.
Victim Fauzia said, "My daughter Hina along with her husband Amir Gujjar and land mafia inalienably threatened and abused me for the five canals and 12 marla property left by my late husband." Amir Gujjar claimes himself to be the son of an MPA.
A document that, for the first time, articulated the rights and the freedom for which every human being is equally and inalienably entitled.
Yet, whereas in the instances described by Flannagan, this shift is brought about by the emergence of new technologies, in Levithan's novel, it simply emerges from a realization of our inalienably embodied nature.
'In Hausa society, any income that wives earn on their own is inalienably theirs' (Callaway 1984: 440), and women in Niamey need money more than ever to survive in the capitalist economy, to participate in the naming ceremonies and weddings of relatives and friends, and to integrate themselves in women's exchange networks (foyandi).
With him, it seems, the impersonal (or social) is inalienably linked to the personal.
Writing his own 10-page views in the 273-page judgement, Justice Mishra said that "like a film director, the trial Judge has tried to thrust coherence among facts inalienably scattered here and there but (has) not giving any coherence to the idea as to what in fact happened".
rights in the author inalienably. This would cut down on coerced
The proposed code needs to assert 'that mineral lands are inalienably and owned by the state and not by the indigenous peoples nor by local governments,' Calanog said.
In the United States, we think of ourselves as "inalienably righted." Yet when gender, race, and class play against one another as they do in each of these stories, one sees a pronounced tension between contract's sloshy alienations and the constitutional right to have rights.
Drawing on the typographic, photographic, tachistoscopic, phonographic, and filmic, computer-mediated translation makes us aware of the technological element that has always and inalienably formed the media history of translation.