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use "impassable" in a sentence

Power and water was lost in several provinces, while overflowing rivers caused flooding, landslides and made roads impassable.

Roads were impassable or nonexistent, and bridges were destroyed or washed away.

This was in part due to the amount of railroad property tranversing
impartial care or "universal love" ( Chinese : ?? ).

While noting a "commitment to be fair accurate and impartial" and praising much of the BBC's coverage the independent panel concluded "that BBC output does not consistently give a full and fair account of the conflict.

The judicial power is unique, independent, fair, apolitical and impartial and ensures equal access to the courts.

He characterised the film as inaccurate, not impartial, unbalanced and misrepresentative of the scientific consensus on climate change.

General Anderson was a quiet and somewhat taciturn man, of absolute integrity and clear headed, impartial judgment.

This problem is exacerbated when the claimant is told, or believes, the insurance company's claims adjuster is fair and impartial enough to satisfy both theirs and the insurance company's interests.

The SPSO is not a watchdog or a regulator - her role is to give an independent and impartial decision on a complaint.

He or she is expected to conduct the business of the House in an impartial manner, and generally does so.

Under jean Hammond (Bailiff 1858-1880) the role became established as a politically impartial, if paternalistic, presidency.

The aim of IRS is to provide independent technical support and impartial cost effective advice to owners.

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