Adorned in indestructible or irremovable materials, they retain some traces of their ancient splendour.
But he is irremovable and not exposed to any such dangers as the kings.
According to the constitution of 1873 there were irremovable senators in France.
Rent is fixed by a court, and while a man pays his rent he is irremovable.
These judges, after three years of service, are irremovable.
They were attached to the bone, by long galling become an irremovable part of her.
This relation of the creature to Time is organic; and this distinction between the creature and Creator is thus also irremovable.
No irremovable magistrate of the courts and tribunals can be displaced excepting upon the decision of the Conseil Suprieur.
First, every tank or funnel should be fitted with an irremovable strainer.
Is there any such natural and irremovable inferiority in human beings?