unremovable

unremovable

(ˌʌnrɪˈmuːvəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be removed; fixed
2. not able to be moved; unwavering; constant
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15, will no longer allow passengers to check in luggage that contains unremovable lithium batteries.
Slaveholders and forced labor are an unremovable stain on Detroit's history during its early colonial years, although an influx of renegade bondspeople from British Canada eventually started to push popular sentiment against slavery--to the extent that "led Detroit dockworkers, hatmakers, and sailors of European descent to threaten their own lawmakers if they returned runaway slaves.
Industrialist Max Zorin, in A View to a Kill, is a psychotic result of a Nazi genetic experiment and KGB training, whereas international terrorist Renard has lost all his senses because of an unremovable bullet in his head but which will make him stronger before killing him (The World Is Not Enough).
Fourth, a remand is necessary if a multi-claim lawsuit is removed to federal court, containing both a federal question claim and a claim that lacks original or supplemental federal subject-matter jurisdiction (or has been made otherwise unremovable by statute).
275, 277 (2013) (arguing that the due process afforded by the "specially dangerous exception" to release after 6 months for unremovable aliens are similar to those applied to U.
Albeit under the perspective of the WTO dispute settlement system having discretionarity to choose how to implement its decisions-although this in not a limitless space -, under the Brazilian domestic legal perspective this discretionarity of selection of implementing paths must be filled having the public interest and the constitutional principles of public administration as its unremovable limits (MAURER, 2006).
Very much a spin-off that doesn't take itself or the Zelda back story too seriously, the game takes place in the fashion-obsessed kingdom of Hytopia, where a Princess has been cursed to wear an unremovable ugly black jumpsuit, with Link answering the call to help save the day.
It doesn't make sense for a constitutional democracy to trust those kinds of decisions to people who are appointed for life, who are unaccountable, and who are virtually unremovable.
To complain of alleged abuses of power by Congress, whose members we vote into and can vote out of office, and to accept the much greater and more serious abuses of power by Supreme Court Justices, whose members are unelected, life-tenured, and unremovable, is to strain at the gnat and swallow the camel.
I spent a good part of the day wondering if she was OK, nice teachers, not horrendous school food, and whether her blazer would make it through at least her first day without having something unremovable spilled on it.
Under the justification of the right to punish, the attenuation of factors for the development of social inclusive policies is an unremovable requirement for achieving this aim, since under the legitimacy, the formal social control should be exercised taking into account the existence of these stress factors as a way to mitigate the unequal application of criminal law (40).