immutable


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Synonyms for immutable

Synonyms for immutable

incapable of changing or being modified

Synonyms for immutable

not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature

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Destiny was too potent, and her immutable laws had decreed my utter and terrible destruction.
Its dissemination of maritime life continues to play an important part in the area's sense of identity and ARX's intelligent remodelling celebrates and consolidates the particular, while also touching on more immutable, elemental themes of light and dark, earth and water, sea and sky.
Jung has been rightly pilloried for being too contextless, as if the archetypal images were immutable.
For us, immutable object storage with definable retention periods is the key," said Steve Brown, Director of IT for Premier.
These technologies are appropriately deployed in Content Addressable Storage (CAS) subsystems, when the purpose is that of an immutable storage archive.
Romans 121:2) which, in faith and moral matters, are immutable ("Anyone who listens to you listens to me," Luke 10:16).
As teachers and catechists, we must continue to teach truth--that which is immutable in time, which was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be the same.
All as one staring out to sea More spare time than you and me Immutable sentinels there they stand In that vast expanse of sand
Rather than treating it as an impersonal immutable fact, Porter (political science, McMaster U.
The monarch also recalled late Mohamed Sf's good actions, mainly by instilling into his son the virtues of patriotism, devotion to serve the motherland, and unwavering attachment to the Nation's immutable and sacred values.
We need to take a breath and try to figure out what this bill means before it's immutable law.
The Immutable Law of Hype: Companies often spend enormous effort positioning themselves for the press, typically by promising "revolutionary" breakthroughs in technology.
The new class implements immutable arbitrary-precision decimal numbers with both scientific and engineering exponential notations available as options.
But using Critical Path enables us to flag deliveries or procedures which are immutable, and present a list of options to the tenant at the contract negotiation table, and not after, when his options are limited.
Loden and Rosener define primary dimensions of diversity as immutable human differences that are inborn and/or that exert an important impact on early socialization and an ongoing impact throughout an individual's life.