invulnerable


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Barak, qui est egalement vice Premier ministre de son pays, a deja utilise la formule "zone d'immunite" pour designer le stade oE le programme nucleaire de l'Iran deviendrait invulnerable a des frappes le visant.
They are pretty good, he says, but not absolutely invulnerable.
After 77 episodes we were left as high and dry as our invulnerable heroine.
The nature of threats may change (and this is not the place for arguing the rights and wrongs of Iraq and Afghanistan; don't confuse issues of the future with the politics of the present), but the fact that we have not been invaded for a few centuries does not make us and our friends in other lands, of whatever hue, invulnerable to bullying.
For them, it means that they are not invulnerable and that somehow they have done something wrong because they are having problems coping with the stress, said Dr.
With the aid of some very advanced hi-tech devices Napoleon is invulnerable to attack and is given a constant stream of information to help him accomplish his missions.
00pm) A security guard learns he is invulnerable to injury, and a frail comicbook dealer claims to know why.
A security guard discovers he is invulnerable to injury, and it seems a comicbook obsessive could hold the key to the mystery.
First published in 1995, and now available in a new paperback edition, Utmost Savagery: The Three Days of Tarawa tells of America's struggling amphibious assault on a seemingly invulnerable Japanese island fortress of scarcely three hundred acres.
The court had earlier ordered that experts be brought in to check the validity of claims that the wearer of the black amulet would become invulnerable to gunfire.
The key to safer and more effective treatments for humans may lie in a new breed of mice carrying a gene that makes them invulnerable to cancer.
One common conception is that teens smoke, use drugs, get into cars with drunk drivers, and have unprotected sex because they haven't considered the risks -- or because they underestimate them and feel invulnerable.
In light of such challenges, the NAEC draws on the notion that the best defense against such alliances lies in making ourselves invulnerable to the political pressure of these energy-producing states.
When it comes to foreign competition, blow molders feel relatively invulnerable in their biggest market--bottles.
The syndrome of the psychologically invulnerable child.