ignorance is such that a person both could and should have overcome it.
He commanded 801 Naval Air Squadron, HMS In vincible
, and purports to offer "the controversial account of what really happened in the South Atlantic skies".
Whether you blame it on a virus, or simply on the boogie, the end is in sight and Sheikh Mo's mighty battalions will be once more invincible when it really counts (leaving aside the fact that they've already proved entirely vincible
at other meetings that have really counted).
In this final paragraph Father Prieur says many Catholics suffer from both vincible
and invincible ignorance regarding contraception.
Privacy becomes ever more vincible
and the Google corporate value "Don't be Evil" becomes more important, though more of a guideline than a regulable FCC standard.
However, she cannot resist the imperative: "Torn with love and awe, / I saw the Face, the plaited thorns, the stain / Of blood descending to the beard I saw; / And felt the power of life conquering death, / More dread than death, for death is vincible
To sum up, invincible ignorance is never a sin, whereas vincible
ignorance is a sin if it concerns things one is bound to know.
It seems you need to fuse the two halves of the medallion together to make yourself in vincible
If the confessor examines the condition of his onanistic penitents he will easily perceive and understand that the ignorance in which they are enmeshed is vincible
and culpable, because they always have at least some confused grasp of the evil of onanism.
the mathematics are impeccable, the computers are vincible
, the networks are lousy, and the people are abysmal.