1(purity) inmaculado(maiden) sin mancillar literario(integrity/reputation) sin mácula literario(bond) inviolado
- Think of the recognised classics of American cinema and they seem organic, inviolate.
- They both have an inviolate place into which no other can fit.
- There was no general privilege that attached to documents brought into existence for the purposes of litigation independent of the need to keep inviolate communications between client and legal adviser.
- Such criticism leaves the basic functions of the dominant stratum inviolate.
- The two instead experience a ‘precious, inviolate, and genuine’ relationship free from the burdens of racial representation.
- We do not sterilise people who have been convicted of violent offences against children because, however gruesome their crime, their person must remain inviolate.
- Whatever moral authority we may have to allow or disallow other nations to possess weapons of mass destruction rests on our inviolate commitment to use our weapons only in self-defense.
- The mere existence of such a throwback in the modern world suggests an inviolate timelessness.
- But the wall that split photography's discursive territory into an aesthetic-commercial-public realm, on the one hand, and home duty, on the other, remained inviolate.
- The concept of inviolate national sovereignty yielded to new mechanisms for the international enforcement of human rights.
- For the last few years Howard's entire political program has been based on the premise that Australia's sovereignty is not only absolute but inviolate, untouchable, a veritable law of nature.
- This notion of sovereignty considers inviolate the internal affairs of nations.
- Government would remain in charge of public safety, but the evidence on which they based their strategy would be objective and inviolate.
- The customers come and go, but the privacy of Mathilde and Antoine's world remains as inviolate as the inside of somebody's head.
- But instead he chose to treat Eric's comments as an attack by an inviolate expert witness and to emphasise the negatives.
- Is it a country where the line between church and state bequeathed to us by our Founding Fathers should be inviolate?
- Technically faultless and inviolate this is as smooth as painting gets at the start of the 21st century.
- There is no engagement or invitation to the viewer, these women are self-sufficient and contained, inviolate even.
- Like the 2-party system itself, there is little reason to argue that corporate charters are inviolate.
- Others, including censorship watchdogs, believe that free speech is not inviolate irrespective of what is said or sung, and that there is such a thing as the abuse of free speech.