Those are the words most people who have worked for Zaks invariable use.
The only invariable fact is the steady rise of Taliban potency.
The journey is also rendered disagreeable by the dust which is the invariable concomitant of Argentine railway travelling.
They stood in awe of his spiritual power, and their good feelings were won by his invariable serenity and kindness.
In trains of this description, the velocity ratio is invariable; which for the above-mentioned objects it should be.
He took with him Father Membré, his invariable companion on such occasions.
"Really, I've hardly had a chance to notice yet," was Frank's invariable answer.
It is the invariable attendant of progress however beneficent.
Attention has been called to hypertension as an early, and some think an invariable, sign of chronic nephritis.
It is, in fact, the invariable result of exercise and education.