inerasably

inerasably

or

inerasibly

adv
in an inerasable fashion
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That is inerasably in-built in the prevalent socio-economic order of the country.
And each signature links in solidarity with more than 7 million Palestinians in the Diaspora, many forced to disperse to survive and whose Right of Return is inerasably engraved in international law.