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incapable of being repudiated or transferred to another

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not subject to forfeiture

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Suddenly, France and Russia were inalienably aligned in the fight against terrorism.
* To implement effectively the fundamental principal that the domination or sovereignty over and the dominion or ownership in the whole territory of the continent rest exclusively and inalienably in the indigenous people.
But he will also not lose sight of the fact that, within the culture, each writer is inalienably an individual, with his own psychology and his own reaction to experience.
In Poland Kulturkampf is inalienably tied to the image of the village of Wrzesnia and its Catholic children being beaten for praying in Polish, as well as with the unjustness of peasant expropriations (The Outpost and "Bartek the Victor").
Dear World, are Palestinians really not human enough to be able to live, survive and thrive the way all human beings are inalienably entitled to?
30 (2009-2010); but see DAVID NIMMER, NIMMER ON COPYRIGHT [section] 8D.01 [hereinafter NIMMER ON COPYRIGHT] (the Berne Convention "merely provides that the author's previous assignment of economic rights does not derogate from subsequent assertion of the attribution and integrity rights; but following transfer of moral rights, nothing in the Berne Convention requires that those rights must nonetheless rest inalienably with their authors.").
On immigration, millions of inalienably free human beings simply want to live a better life in America, but our laws don't allow it.
* "Noun-like prepositions", including (i)sa 'dative', take the same possessive suffixes (Table 3) as inalienably possessed nouns--e.g.
The poem is so inalienably private that we appear to overhear, rather than read it, and this causes extreme discomfort, placing us in a position where we might choose to shun the poem because to read it feels voyeuristic, or because we cannot shape a response to its clamoring obscurity or distress.
inalienably and in conformity with human nature, the fundamental, priority
The health workers' perceived role within ILO was inalienably associated with leprosy activities and as the importance of leprosy work diminished within ILO, so did the leprosy workers' position within the organisation.
When I got home in the late afternoon, I lay on my bed and watched Stella moving back and forth, passing and repassing the window as she unpacked the boxes they'd brought, attempting to take possession of three rooms that inalienably belonged to us.
But this is exactly the experience of transcendence, of experiencing that which is essentially and inalienably our own, i.e., liberty, as not totally ours, and instead as ulterior, other, and more primeval than our own existing as liberty.
Therefore, and for that very reason, something is due to man in the fullest sense, for that reason he does inalienably have a suum, a "right" which he can plead against everyone else, a right which imposes upon every one of his partners the obligation at least not to violate it.
Rude as it is to say so in the multi-culti age, something about the Sabbath is inalienably ours, and Shulevitz reminds us how and why.