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bound to happen

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impossible to avoid or evade:"inescapable conclusion"

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But, allowing for gender and religious differences in literacy and the vagaries of the survival of letters and diaries from the period this may be inescapable.
It appears inescapable that during the formation of the solar system, materials formed near the sun were mixed as far out as the Kuiper belt," notes Don Burnett of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena in a commentary accompanying the Science papers.
An enthusiastically recommended and wonderfully entertaining read, "Captain Gravity And The Power Of The Vril" most closely resemblances one of those thrilling Saturday matinee movie serials of yesteryear with its cliff-hanging scenarios of seemingly inescapable dangers, clever plot twists, heroism and villainy
But comparing the ill-begotten Born Different mooing puppy campaign to the powerful Marriage Matters ads leads to one inescapable conclusion: If you want to educate Americans about gay and lesbian lives, it's best to show them real gay and lesbian people.
Doom is inescapable and even the protagonists know it, but the abundant action and Burgess's horrifying and psychologically complex characters make this a thriller.
Opening with a disturbing meta-narrative illustration of a "jumping in" of a new gang member ("Initiation"), Native Guns's refreshing penchant for self-examination (and indictment) is evident through dialogues on herd mentality ("Slave Thinking"), responsible activism ("Look In The Mirror"), their discovery of hip-hop lyricism and culture ("1995") and the inescapable complicity of consumers in sweatshop exploitation ("Work It").
KARREN Brady's excellent (as always) article sidesteps the inescapable fact that the last British monarch with the regal qualities of honour, grace, elegance and charm is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
If Beckett's outlook was once memorably described by Georges Perec's biographer, David Bellos, as "ambient pessimism," here is pessimism writ so large, made so omnipresent, that one begins to mutate to accommodate its inescapable presence--as if one were suddenly able to breathe underwater.
That is the inescapable conclusion in the wake of his side's sixth successive Barclays Premiership, parts of which he later admitted were "embarrassing" and "gutless".
When it descends over a drama--as it tends increasingly to do in our movies--it becomes inescapable and pervasive, and so no easier to shrug off than a winter that seems to sprawl from the end of one Canadian summer to the beginning of another.
Yet they are an inescapable aspect of modern life, as car use in cities continues to increase.
Like taxes, Local Law 11 is an inescapable fact of life for building owners in New York City.
While the recent two-week Latin American tour by Chinese President Hu dealt primarily with trade, China's economic policy has inescapable strategic consequences.
Du Bois in 1903 is still inescapable more than 100 years later.