The sovereignty of the "unrelated instant" remains, and its phonic emanations resound immemorially
into empty visual shapes and disembodied images.
Now, as it happens, due to their peculiar vascular and skin structures, sharks in general are not bleeders--a fact of recently-established science but known immemorially
to Aboriginal fishers along the Australian coast.
We are now descended in large numbers from people who never knew freedom, whose cultures have been immemorially
She sees the Nazi state, that is, as the ferocious abolition of an immemorially
improvised and fundamentally decent civic order unthinkable except in the framework of Christendom.
373) Traditional public forums are locations that "have immemorially
been held in trust for the use of the public and, time out of mind, have been used for purposes of assembly, communicating thoughts between citizens, and discussing public questions.
been at work immemorially
over most the land surface of the world.
The great spiritual traditions of Asia lived immemorially
by vast sectors of humanity provide deep experience of the divine inspirations and the human aspirations in the Spirit.
Wherever the title of streets and parks may rest, they have immemorially
been held in trust for the use of the public, and time out of mind, have been used for purposes of assembly, communicating thoughts between citizens, and discussing public questions.
1753) ("That ancient collection of unwritten maxims and customs, which is called the common law, however compounded or from whatever fountains derived, had subsisted immemorially
in this kingdom.
To be sure, this process will not just have a corrosive impact on society; it will immobilize it, and leave it repeating itself helplessly from generation to generation, running around the treadmill of immemorially
52, 64 (1941) ("One of the most important and delicate of all international relationships, recognized immemorially
as a responsibility of government, has to do with the protection of the just rights of a country's own nationals when those nationals are in another country.