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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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114) Inquiry into a nominee's religious devotion would inject the rationalism of which lawyers are so enamored into questions that are inherently insusceptible to rational explanation.
The ellipses I have been describing are not cases of hidden meaning and therefore remain insusceptible to the dream-interpreter approach.
While loss affects the surface formatives of this system in predictable ways, reducing some of the options available to speakers and generally eroding the clause-final negator in favor of an intruding predicate-initial negator, scope-related properties turn out to be quite insusceptible to change.
Neither Grossman nor Potter is persuaded that Berger's readings are insusceptible of performance, and Potter gives a number of instances in which the theatre has proved itself capable of Bergerian subtleties, contradictions, ambivalences, and discontinuities.
Eliezer declares [the oven broken-down and therefore useless and so] insusceptible to uncleanness.
By then, one has become gradually aware of the intricately complex political organization in the region, with differentially centralized or segmented governance of variably 'burdened' populaces, along with polity-specific developmental trajectories - the whole insusceptible to characterization by any single standard model.
The Ivy League/ex-con configuration is a potent cocktail for publicity purposes, but Judson thankfully surpasses both labels by proving himself insusceptible to the trappings of either.
Here the immediate consciousness decides: the idea is its own evidence, and is insusceptible of all other" (SM 32, final emphasis mine).
Consistent with theories that emphasize the intractability of differences that emerge in the complex connectivity of contemporary globalization, these conflicts not only appear insusceptible to resolution through rational voluntarism, but they also raise questions about the very concept of "rational progress" at the heart of the first, "world culture," hypothesis.
Mais un regime de designation des dirigeants autochtones qui serait, par hypothese, exclusivement hereditaire serait insusceptible de validation aux termes de l'article 1 puisque la justification ne peut se concevoir, selon le libelle meme de la disposition justificative, en dehors des valeurs d'une societe democratique (82).