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use "impregnable" in a sentence

As a result, Northern ireland's demography shifted further in favour of Protestants leaving their ascendancy seemingly impregnable by the late 1950s.

In fact, there were no alarms protecting the vault because it was considered utterly impregnable; the door wall was
Congress of Trade Unions, said the monetary policy was devoid of any remedy for corruption and sought to further impoverish the poor people.

No one is required to give so much that they impoverish themselves, and if your friends don't understand that, they aren't your friends.

One reason is that the international community seem to want Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies to become further implicated in the Yemeni quagmire, which would impoverish and weaken these nations.

Republicans and many conservative catholics have bristled at his indictment of the excesses of capitalism that he says impoverish people and risk turning the Earth into an "immense pile of filth." Somehow the Left will have to chart a perilous passage between resisting austerity on one hand, and not committing suicide on the other-or rather, allowing the Troika to impoverish its base even more than it currently has.

"We cannot accept a proposal that aims to impoverish the people," she says.

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