incalculable


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not capable of being computed or enumerated

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All calculations were in his favour; but, chance being incalculable, he fell upon an individuality whom it is much easier to define by opprobrious names than to classify in a calm and scientific spirit--but an individuality certainly, and a temperament as well.
The emperor is more strict in prison discipline than even Louis himself, and the number of prisoners whose names are not on the register is incalculable.
Suppose the monster to be of incalculable size and of a strength quite abnormal--a veritable incarnation of animal strength.
With this, the Victoria rose swiftly above the range of the whirling column, but, caught in the vast displacement of the atmosphere thereby occasioned, it was borne along with incalculable rapidity away above this foaming sea.
But because I have learnt that man is incalculable, I should not at this time of day be so surprised by the news that reached me when in the early autumn I returned to London.
As a matter of course, his own idea, on which he proceeded to act without being aware of it, was that, a part of a second before, he had been struck a terrific blow magnified incalculable times beyond the blow of a stick at a nigger's hands.
If the convention is held under a cloud of doubt as to its credibility, the national outrage will be incalculable.
Egypt, the depository of traditions of incalculable antiquity, had submitted, after a brief and determined struggle, to the common fate of nations, and the banners of Islam floated in triumph from the towers of Alexandria and Memphis.
At my side, I'm fortunate to have the talents of co-hort and co-publisher Lars Ryssdal who brings incalculable experience as a wine educator and twice-certified sommelier.
This is another proof that the practicing of politics of rigid distancing creates incalculable damage in times when consensus is needed for key issues, Kotevski comments.
I think we need to take stock that if the eurozone were to unravel in a way that destroyed the European project - and there is a risk that could happen - the consequences would be absolutely incalculable," Mr Cable told an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, in a speech called Austerity, the euro and us.
The euro is in danger - if we do not avert this, the consequences for Europe are incalculable and then the consequences beyond Europe are incalculable.
She remains a musical force of nature whose influence is incalculable - marching on the front line of the civil rights movement with Martin Luther King, inspiring Vaclav Havel in his fight for a Czech Republic, singing on the first Amnesty International tour and this year, standing alongside Nelson Mandela when the world celebrated his 90th birthday in London's Hyde Park.
It was Lloyd George, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, who argued in 1911 that MPs should receive what he called an allowance of pounds 400 for people "who would render incalculable service to the State, and whom it is an incalculable loss to the State not to have here, but who cannot be here because their means do not allow it.
The treasure's value is far greater than mere money; it contains incalculable power, and is far too dangerous to let fall in the wrong hands.