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bound to happen

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impossible to avoid or evade:"inescapable conclusion"

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At the same time, history shows it is an inescapable part of the evolutionary process of start-ups, growth, decline and shut downs.
Guil1ory's essay makes the expected points: the South faces weakening parties, political alienation, economic stagnation--and the "inescapable fact of history that the Republican Party surged in the South also by willingly serving as a vehicle for white resistance and disaffection." In other words, if you strip away Duke's sheets and swastikas, you essentially get a conservative Republican, a can&date comfortable in the party of Lee Atwater.
It is this supposedly different treatment that government employers and employees have historically enjoyed that results in the Service's "inescapable conclusion that Congress never intended to provide section 530 relief to public employers." After reading the legislative history of Section 530, it is difficult to reach the same conclusion as the Service, since there is no mention whatsoever of private versus public employers.
Isn't it the inescapable reality that this deal gives even more away?" Home Secretary Sajid Javid urges MPs to support the agreement but admitted the Government must do "a better job of selling it".
Deeply thought-provoking and engaging, this four-part novel poses the inescapable question, What is truly evil?
FOR his 10th album Beck has made another sudden switch in direction, teaming up with cool flavour of the month Danger Mouse, the studio svengali who's inescapable. It's an intriguing marriage that takes in wobbly rocker Orphans, dust-dry Profanity Prayers, the tripped out piano of Chemtrails and Volcano - a song so lush it should be in a sofa sale.
But however many are eventually built, it is an inescapable fact that failing to provide young people with homes that they can afford to buy or rent is positively good for no one.
PESTILENTIAL single mothers have been inescapable this week, but I was heartened by our luckless-in-love David Blunkett, the Work and Pensions Secretary.
Museum became not muse but Medusa, the logic of which, for all the intended conceptual and practical mobility, is an inescapable stasis.
Throughout the book, however, runs an inescapable feeling that the writer is little more than a tourist with a somewhat peculiar itinerary, Although Pelton is indeed a courageous observer, there is more than a touch of self-conscious machismo in his adventures, a Hemingway-like hunger to have his prowess praised and acknowledged, This is understandable enough, especially given the company he keeps, but it does have the effect of reducing the tormented lands he visits to an Indiana Jones backdrop.
The fascination and freedom of road travel have long been overtaken by the grim realities of inescapable congestion, featureless motorways, frustrating breakdowns and hazardous accidents.
Once a year, hegemonic American institutions, including church, state, the media, and commercial interests, line up to produce a seemingly inescapable discourse about what Christmas means.
The refrain is inescapable: We are all summoned to make the needs of the poor a priority in our lives.
In a world of inescapable stimulation, information and provocation, nuggets of respite -- the time to contemplate, the luxury of momentarily slowing down and absorbing; the chance to meditate or even simply to catch up to ones speedy existence -- are among the sweetest of life's gifts.
Given Earth's proximity to the moon, it's "inescapable" that our planet also took a beating, says Des Marais.