unremovable

unremovable

(ˌʌnrɪˈmuːvəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be removed; fixed
2. not able to be moved; unwavering; constant
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The softball field was lined out in a cockeyed manner in relation to the unremovable football lines, so it was rather confusing for base runners and fans alike.
In the larger community, too, there is the unnerving presence of a sole outsider--a thief who has, for his trouble, found himself splattered by the unremovable purple dye planted as a trap by Max.
Accordingto TechRadar, "Despite coming packed inside of an unremovable plastic case for testing, the notch (perhaps the g7 ThinQ's most distinguishing and controversial feature) is visible, revealing itself on the phone's boot screen snuggled up to a notification LED indicator and a selfie camera."
to have to evacuate the patients in our wards until perhaps only three unremovable cases remained, and in a couple of days later two or three hundred would be sent in, so that all of our beds were again filled" (290).
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." Although Detroit slave narratives are all but impossible to find, historical evidence reveals much about the sway that slaveholding had over the city's early years.
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).
As in strength training or Local Muscular Endurance (LME) bars with removable or unremovable weights are used at the extremities, we can similarly associate the images of a person walking on a tightrope using the maromba weight to balance with people using weights to optimize fitness and muscle strength.
The principle of sustainable development, impregnated by an eminent constitutional character, finds a legitimizing support on international commitments made by the Brazilian government and is factor for getting the right balance between the demands of the economy and the ecology, under conditions, however, of the invocation of this postulate, when occurring conflict situation between relevant constitutional values to an unremovable condition, which must not compromise or empty the essential content of one of the most significant fundamental rights: the right to preserve the environment, which translates well to the use of common general people to be safeguarded for the benefit of present and future generations (9).
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).
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).
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.S.