inapproachable


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Its tendency to quicken the subjects is likely inapproachable by any other medium as it is actual tissue with which it is being rendered," the Sacred Gallery said in a statement, "Vincent practices a kind of modern-day phlebotomy, siphoning the life force which contains his own psychic energy, while giving it an outlet and form.
Biologic drugs can help accomplish results in the human body that have been inapproachable for small molecule therapies.
In the case of the Engro plant's compressor, the pressure relief control of the lube oil pump was inside the console and was inapproachable.
Moreover, Pale Fire is a roman & clef in which aesthetic views and a bitingly grotesque depiction of American customs and taste decisively reveal Nabokov as the author, who, in Shade, presents his other, inapproachable poetic double.
Due to a religious mind associated with the holiness of inapproachable places, the pilgrim and the faithful must feel this as they journey to this revered holy place to renew their faith.
The poet places her on a pedestal and turns her into some sort of inapproachable, milk-white-bosomed perfect being.