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insusceptibility

 [in″sŭ-sep″tĭ-bil´ĭ-te]
the state of being unaffected or uninfluenced; immunity.

im·mu·ni·ty

(i-myū'ni-tē),
1. The status or quality of being immune (1).
2. Protection against infectious disease.
Synonym(s): insusceptibility
[L. immunitas (see immune)]

insusceptibility

/in·sus·cep·ti·bil·i·ty/ (in″sah-sep″tĭ-bil´it-e) the state of being unaffected; immunity.

im·mu·ni·ty

(i-myū'ni-tē)
The status or quality of being immune (1).
Synonym(s): insusceptibility.
[L. immunitas]

insusceptibility

the state of being unaffected or uninfluenced; may result from genetic resistance or from immunity.
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L'empereur rappelle donc que le locus religiosus est insusceptible d'appropriation ou de revendication a cause du statut des res religiosae qui deroge au droit commun des biens.
The anti-regulation stance is particularly connected with Hayek's view of the economy as a 'complex system', insusceptible to forecasting (148-9).
Pero no hay individuo que no sea capaz de comprender un determinado grupo de ideas e insusceptible a los afectos que les da vida.
An illuminating parallel can again be found in Moravia's La noia where Dino, reflecting on his passivity during the ventennio, realises that what made him insusceptible both to promises and threats of fascist collectivity, was "soltanto la noia, ossia, l'impossibilita di stabilire un rapporto qualsiasi tra me e quel bando" (12).
Le caractere alternatif de l'arbitrage est d'autant plus prononce que les arbitres ont recu cette mission de statuer comme amiables compositeurs, ce qui, en principe et dans l'arbitrage interne, rendait leur sentence specialement insusceptible d'appel sous l'empire des dispositions anterieure au decret du 13 janvier 2011 (63).
All of these technologies, however promising, have not yet quite reached the market-ready and highly adaptable perfection attained to date by the number one method, the abuse-triggered phase-change confinement of APIs in a gel-like form insusceptible to injection or insufflation.
61) The point, then, is not that vagrancy offences were never crimes of status, (62) but rather that they are insusceptible of a uniform characterisation as such.
Sheng, "A cloak scheme insusceptible to the change of material properties," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
which held that courts that agree to allow certain complex claims to go to arbitration pursuant to the parties' express agreement cannot later claim that those matters are "inherently insusceptible to resolution by arbitration.
Regarding industrial confidentiality, the object of legal protection are creations derived from technological research, insusceptible to registration for specific protection within the scope of brands.
614, 633 (1985) (noting that courts cannot claim that certain matters are "inherently insusceptible to resolution by arbitration, as these same courts have agreed that an undertaking to arbitrate .
The most important knowledge or truths are faith-based beliefs gleaned from a revealed text, truths insusceptible to observation or to logical criticisms based in observation.