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Synonyms for unassailably

in an unalterable and unchangeable manner

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(44) It concluded that racial bias skewed the process, finding that the race of the victim, and to a lesser extent the race of the defendant, were unassailably powerful factors in both the decision to bring capital charges and the decision to impose a death sentence.
Summary: Because giving aid is portrayed as unassailably the moral thing to do, it becomes impossible to talk about how it reproduces racial and gender inequalities
In describing her fundraising role, the Alliance's Booth used business language that may appeal to a certain type of donor: "I have to develop and articulate a value proposition for the theatre in the community and in the field that makes it an unassailably smart investment option for a donor."
Frequently, the founding period is discussed in bucolic terms-stating the omnipresence of the Founders and their unassailably perfect formation of the early republic's governing structure.
Unassailably, more population means more demand for resources.
Yet I knew from the geologic formation it lay in that it belonged there just as unassailably as the widely spaced ocotillo and creosote plants that now claimed the semi-arid landscape around it.
Madison would stand even if Professor Raoul Berger should demonstrate unassailably that it got the meaning of the Constitution wrong.
The protean approach assumes that, except for disputes where a law's directive is unassailably clear, consideration of more resources rather than fewer tends to expand judicial knowledge and sophistication when resolving even arguably ambiguous or inconclusive statutory language.
If true that the evidence of guilt has been unassailably found 'strong' by the judge warranting outright disallowance of bail, how come the public prosecutor is first required to present proof of its strength when the defense moves for allowance of bail on the ground that such evidence of guilt is 'not strong'?
As the worldwide preoccupation in the 1980s with Japan's unassailably ascendant technological dominance has given way to worldwide consternation over the still-unfolding effects of neoliberal globalization on an array of Pacific Rim nations, the idea that East Asian countries have any exceptional claim to futurity has grown more complex.
An unspoken but all-too-real consequence of this initiative is that gender not only trumps biology, but also that a person's gender is unassailably fluid to the point that it can change from day to day, hour to hour, or even minute to minute.
The result is not only an unassailably auteurist cinema shot through with signature traits, but a cinema that in its narrational complexity counters Dixon's totalizing charge of Hollywood juvenilism.
By contrast, achieving enhanced convergence in the prevailing levels of protection is not as unassailably desirable.
Clinton, on the other hand, will be offering herself as the (almost) apolitical voice of experience, a master of foreign policy and the champion of such unassailably do-gooder causes as AIDS vaccines for African kids.
In general, we have excluded politicians and royalty, unless contenders have an unassailably strong leaning towards corporate activity.