incorrigible


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impervious to correction by punishment

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Josie Appleton, director of the Manifesto Club, who campaign against state interference, said: "Doctors are really becoming incorrigible busybodies.
PEOPLE who post lots of selfies on social media are incorrigible narcissists, right?
Get snap happy, it seems selfies can make us feel more confident PEOPLE who post lots of selfies on social media are incorrigible narcissists, right?
The actress will return as the incorrigible Patsy Stone in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, and she has no plans to retire any time soon.
The reason for writing it, besides the fact that I am an incorrigible storyteller and I can't help myself from spinning a yarn, is that it completes what I always intended to be a four-book series," Webber told the Record.
Replying to a question he said that privatization is always carried out of institutions, which are incorrigible, while PML-N has hardly ever interfered in PR affairs.
The Interrupted Tale: The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, Book 4.
You are a determined and incorrigible robber," Judge Nicholas Webb told Butler at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
The Mad Flotilla would surely include REPULSIVE, INSUFFERABLE, ABOMINABLE, INDUBITABLE, UNMENTIONABLE (and her sister ships UNSPEAKABLE and INEFFABLE), IMPECCABLE, INSENSIBLE, INNOCUOUS, INCORRIGIBLE, INTEMPERATE and INEBRIATED.
Kitty Cornered: How Frannie and Five Other Incorrigible Cats Seized Control of Our House and Made It Their Home provides a cat-oriented follow-up to ENSLAVED BY DUCKS and tells how his household came to be run by six independent, demanding felines.
En route, Evelyn meets six other retirees all bound for this "luxury development for residents in their golden years": cantankerous wheelchair user Muriel (Maggie Smith), who is bypassing the NHS waiting lists to undergo a hip replacement abroad; waspish snob Jean (Penelope Wilton) and her long-suffering husband Douglas (Bill Nighy); retired judge Graham (Tom Wilkinson); incorrigible ladies' man Norman (Ronald Pickup); and love-hungry spinster Madge (Celia Imrie).
I'm sure Compo, an incorrigible old Leftie, would have been in the vanguard of local protest.
Not only because he is an incorrigible optimistic but because this projection enables (other things too but .
Sentencing the pair to indeterminate sentences, Judge Christopher Cornwall said: "The simple dreadful reality in this matter in my judgment is you are incorrigible, predatory paedophiles.
I dig the screeching blackened vokils that pierce this dreary piece of incorrigible stew of filthy down-tuned despair; nice touch.