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Antonyms for resistible

capable of being resisted or withstood or frustrated

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Tel: 01495 227206 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, 7.
SWANSEA: Grand Theatre (01792 475715), The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui: Fluellen Theatre.
The materials included needed construction materials that are resistible to rains such as brick concrete, as well as ceiling construction materials, said Al-Sanousi.
Also Bougatsa -- a Greek sweet with cream and pastry -- is not something I am easily resistible to.
But the enchanting yet apparently resistible lady is surprised to see "One who, 'twas said, still sigh'd to all he saw / Withstand, unmoved, the lustre of her gaze" (2.
So we might as well strap on the feed bag and inhale that holiday ham, because at least we'll keep our jobs, which will enable us to buy more food and become more resistible.
I am not going to defend the causal efficacy of moral facts here; rather, I want to articulate what seems to be the three most common worries about this sort of causation, and very briefly say why these worries might be resistible.
Those artists whom one could best identify by their parasitical pose of simulating the grotesques of totalitarian commodity culture are reminiscent of the eponymous protagonist of Bertolt Brecht's 1941 play The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, who gesticulates melodramatically in supposed outrage at the calamitous destruction of the greengrocer's market that he and his gang, the cauliflower merchants, have just brought about.
The irresistible-looking fruit is, in fact, resistible - at least in terms of diet.
Bertolt Brecht led the way for modern political satire and alternative comedy and the show features hilarious scenes from The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, which ridicules Adolf Hitler, and Man equals Man, which takes on the military might of the Army.
Jeremy Dyson's and Andy Nyman's Ghost Stories, a co-production with the Lyric Hammersmith received its world premiere at the Playhouse, while there have also been collaborations with English Touring Theatre (Jonathan Harvey's Canary), West Yorkshire Playhouse (When We Are Married), Nottingham Playhouse (The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui), and now Fiery Angel on the world premiere of The Ladykillers.
Cooter, "The Resistible Rise of Medical Ethics," Social History of Medicine 8, no.
Consequently, what was acceptable and what should be resistible changed, regardless of the law or the state's (in)efficiency in law-enforcement.
Their development teams would have been so used to traditional tools that, changing to new tools might be difficult and resistible.