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  • 41unalterably — adverb In an unalterable manner; in a manner that makes it impossible to be altered. First experiences are always the most memorable because they fix themselves in the mind unalterably and most powerfully. Syn: unchangeably, immutably …

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  • 42unvaryingly — adverb In an unchanging manner; without changing. Syn: immutably, invariably, unchangingly …

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  • 43Medici Bank — For the private bank in Austria that failed due to its investment in Bernard Madoff s Ponzi scheme, see Bank Medici. Medici Bank Industry Banking Key people Giovanni di Bicci, Cosimo de Medici, Piero di Cosimo, Lorenzo de Medici, Francesco… …

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  • 44Justice of God —    That perfection of his nature whereby he is infinitely righteous in himself and in all he does, the righteousness of the divine nature exercised in his moral government. At first God imposes righteous laws on his creatures and executes them… …

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  • 45invariably — I adverb always, as a rule, changelessly, commonly, constantly, conventionally, customarily, faithfully, fixedly, frequently, generally, habitually, immutably, in all cases, in every instance, normally, ordinarily, perpetually, regularly,… …

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  • 46Metaphysics and science in the thirteenth century: William of Auvergne, Robert Grosseteste and Roger Bacon — Steven Marrone By the third decade of the thirteenth century there emerge the first signs of a new metaphysics. Alongside Neoplatonizing idealism we now see attempts to lay greater emphasis on the ontological density of the created world and to… …

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  • 47Walter Burley, Peter Aureoli and Gregory of Rimini — Stephen Brown THE END OF THE GREAT ERA Immediately after the glorious age of Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas, the University of Paris, as we have seen, had a number of outstanding teachers. Henry of Ghent, following in the path of Bonaventure, was …

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  • 48firmly — Synonyms and related words: adamantly, bec et ongles, bona fide, close, closely, committedly, compactly, consistently, constantly, deafeningly, decidedly, decisively, densely, determinedly, devotedly, dourly, earnestly, faithfully, fast, firm,… …

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  • 49grimly — Synonyms and related words: adamantly, appallingly, austerely, banefully, bleakly, decorously, demurely, direly, dismally, dourly, dreadfully, drearily, earnestly, firmly, formally, frowningly, funereally, gloomily, gloweringly, glumly, gravely,… …

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  • 50rigidly — Synonyms and related words: abidingly, absolutely, adamantly, always, changelessly, dead, definitely, directly, dourly, enduringly, even, exactly, expressly, faithfully, firmly, grimly, hardly, immovably, immutably, implacably, impliably, in all… …

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  • 51rigorously — Synonyms and related words: absolutely, accurately, adamantly, all to pieces, badly, conscientiously, dead, definitely, directly, dourly, even, exactingly, exactly, expressly, exquisitely, faithfully, fiercely, firmly, furiously, fussily, grimly …

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  • 52immutable — im|mu|ta|ble [ıˈmju:təbəl] adj formal never changing or impossible to change ▪ This decision should not be seen as immutable. >immutably adv >immutability [ıˌmju:təˈbılıti] n [U] …

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  • 53immutable — (adj.) early 15c., from O.Fr. immutable and directly from L. immutabilis unchangeable, from assimilated form of in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + mutabilis changeable, from mutare to change (see MUTABLE (Cf. mutable)). Related …

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  • 54inalterably — adv. unchangeably, immutably …

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  • 55unchangeably — adv. immutably, in an unchanging manner, in the manner of remaining the same …

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  • 56immutable — [ɪ mju:təb(ə)l] adjective not changing or able to be changed. Derivatives immutability noun immutably adverb …

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  • 57aye — I. ad. (Poetical.) Always, forever, evermore, continually, ceaselessly, unendingly, changelessly, unchangingly, immutably. II. ad. See ay …

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  • 58immutable — adjective formal never changing or impossible to change: the immutable principles of liberty and justice immutably adverb immutability noun (U) …

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  • 59permanently — adverb 1) the attack left her permanently disabled Syn: for all time, forever, forevermore, for good, for always, for ever and ever, (for) evermore, until hell freezes over, in perpetuity, indelibly, immutably, until the end of time; informal for …

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  • 60perpetually — adv 1. everlastingly, eternally, sempi ternally, never endingly; immortally, undyingly, deathlessly, timelessly, agelessly, infinitely, datelessly; permanently, perdurably, indelibly; in perpetuity, always, Latin, in saecula saeculorum; lastingly …

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