inerasable

inerasable

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inerasible

adj
unable to be erased
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N.A Baloch Research Chair for the past eight years; said that literary annals of Sindh for one hundred fifty years bore inerasable knowledge, wisdom and scholarship imprints of icons like Dr.
Dr Abdul Ghaffar Soomro said that literary annals of Sindh for 150 years had borne inerasable knowledge, wisdom and scholarship imprints of the icons like Dr Baloch, Mirza Qaleech Beg, Dr Daudpota, Dr Gurbakhshani and Dr Bheru Mal Meharchand.
Attended by 40 heads of State, 5,000 participants from over 150 countries, 90 international organisations and 800 business leaders, the event also marks 70 years since Chairman Mao Zedong led the Communist Party of China (PRC) to victory in 1949 and 40 years since Mao's successor, Deng Xiaoping, unveiled the 'reform and opening-up' in December 1978.Literally, the 2019 forum reveals a world grappling with the inerasable reality of the "Return of the Dragon" to invoke the titled of the epic 1972 martial art comedy film by Chinese actor Bruce Lee.Presciently, the film which was shown freely in the 1970s to rural Kenyans by the Kenya Factual Films (1974) Limited depicts an epic battle in the City of Rome, between the West (Mafia's criminal underworld) and China ("way of the dragon").
His unique role and contribution towards development of education in Sindh is to remain inerasable in the annals of the province.
kazi towards development of education in Sindh is to remain inerasable in the annals of the province, he said while speaking as chief guest at the opening ceremony of three day exhibition featuring personality, life and achievements of the great Allama at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto gallery of the varsity's Institute of Art and Design on Monday.
Returned back to her town by the Hutu woman who had managed to keep her safe for as long as possible, Grace was shortly reunited with her siblings and relatives before the massacre at her uncle's courtyard took place, scarring her with inerasable memories.
This is not to lay blame at the feet of cultural impositions and assimilations since this is an inerasable part of the world, we are in today - the global Village, but it is necessary that we revisit our cultural heritage, because no matter how we look at it, there is nothing that makes us who we are than what we have.
Lamark arrived in Jerusalem with a group of French tourists, and just like any other tourist that comes to such a holy city that has a great history, she made sure to get an inerasable sign on her body, as she told WAFA correspondent.
Robotham, who himself had a hand in helping shape the horizon, indeed, in some sense, the left idiom, of this generation's struggles for revolutionary change, at least appreciates that disappointment is now an inerasable part of our experience of social time.
For her, war-induced trauma has been transferred from her father and grandfather's generation to her and has left an inerasable scar on her, just as what she depicts in Another World the war-induced trauma has been transferred from Geordie to his grandson Nick.
alphabet, and kin, nameless but inerasable, a singing voice that
Summary: Context is one of the persistent, stubbornly inerasable, facets of the performing arts.