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unconvertible

(ˌʌnkənˈvɜːtəbəl)
adj
not able to be converted
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Adj.1.unconvertible - used especially of currenciesunconvertible - used especially of currencies; incapable of being exchanged for or replaced by another currency of equal value
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unconvertible

[ˌʌnkənˈvɜːtɪbl] ADJ [currency] → inconvertible
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Just as mediocre stable laws are superior to laws which are constantly being improved,(54) so too a prudent (one unconvertible word in Greek Characters) is better than unrestrai of these terms means not just a lack of education, but an intellectual diffidence toward the laws (cf.
5 = Moralia 292b: (fifty unconvertible words in Greek Characters)
There are three linguistic difficulties, all of which concern the participial clause E: (i) the masculine plural participles of that clause ((three unconvertible words in Greek Characters)) lack evident antecedents; (ii) it is not clear what eirlier sentence E is intended, to explain and complete; (iii) the relation of the first sub-clause within E ((two unconvertible words in Greek Characters)) to the second ((three unco both awkward and unclear.
Cassander predictably felt threatened and in Diodorus' blunt words |had him assassinated' ((one unconvertible word in Greek Cha
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The basic idea is that, in the absence of cognitive impressions, the wise person will be guided by what seems like the truth to him, impressions which are plausible or persuasive; the Greek term most frequently used is (one unconvertible word in Greek Character) (but cf SE M 7.174).
This is consistent with Hermagoras' well-attested definition of stasis as (seventeen unconvertible word in Greek Character) (fr.
(14) (twelve unconvertible words in Greek Characters) (|yet the Senate had previously voted that no tablet was to be posted as containing some document drafted by Caesar') Dio 44.53.4; (eighteen unconvertible words in Greek Characters) (| that no tablet that supposedly contained a grant from Caesar to anyone was to be set up after Caesar's death') Dio 45.23.7.
In the context of epic poems on the Trojan War, one can hardly fail to think of Helen's belief that her dishonour and Paris' is the result of a bitter fate decreed for them by Zeus so that they may be |a song for men still to be' ((seven unconvertible words in Greek Characters) Iliad 6.357f).
Significantly, the [One Unconvertible Words in Greek Character Omitted] of Argo, as Ehlers indicates similar reference to Vespasian's future apotheosis (15-21).
Plugging away for hours and days trying to convert the unconvertible is needlessly time-consuming and costly.