inviolate


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(of a woman) having the hymen unbroken

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must be kept sacred

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The place was cold as the inviolate vault; blinds had to be drawn up, and glass cases uncovered, before we could see a thing except the row of murderers' death-masks - the placid faces with the swollen necks - that stood out on their shelves to give us ghostly greeting.
In all things I would have the island of a man inviolate.
The inviolate spirit turns their spite against the wrongdoers.
Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation: they are for such moments as this, when body and soul rise in mutiny against their rigour; stringent are they; inviolate they shall be.
By declaring the controversial practice of triple talaq "void, illegal and unconstitutional", the Supreme Court reinstated the inviolate sanctity of a religious precept that had been subverted under the ruse of a cultural practice.
We have an inviolate stewardship obligation to serve the public interest" (Response to "Independent Auditors Are Not Fiduciaries," June 2017, http://bit.
However, the provision of a fully operational hot/cold water system prior to the end of week 4 or w/c 8 August 2016, whichever comes first of the contract, shall be inviolate to allow full clean of the school prior to staff & pupils return and,thereafter, ALL works shall be completed within the 10 week contract period.
I will maintain the confidence and preserve inviolate the secrets of my clients, and will accept no compensation in connection with their business except from them or with their knowledge and approval;
Last, inviolate mutism is emblematic in Duchamp's found objects.
This arrogance of having the complete, absolute, irrevocable truth is the sad expose of a fearful hierarchy and papacy who viewed Vatican n renewals and reforms as a betrayal of the church's inviolate position as God's instrument to the world.
All the recent scandals shaking Georgia are still better than the inviolate calm in Armenia, said Stepan Grigoryan,
Separation of church and state is essential to this freedom, and we must insist that it be kept inviolate.
Even Adam Smith, capitalisms' messiah, accepted this principle as inviolate.
First, the plaintiff argued that section 60-19a02 violates section 5 of the Kansas Constitution's Bill of Rights, which provides: "The right of trial by jury shall be inviolate.
That is, each branch of the new government must have its own separate and inviolate powers.