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This trend to bring your own device is not stoppable.
Until now, TV's property shows were mostly upbeat chronicles of the seemingly un stoppable housing market.
The novel drive has no rotor storing mechanical energy so the motor is stoppable within micro-seconds--conventional driving systems still run after being switched off.
The enemy is stoppable now, and delaying attack only increases the cost of action later.
These goals are stoppable but if someone plays a great one-two and smacks one in I will hold my hands up and say, 'good football,' but it is a long time since I have said that.
All these things are real and all these things are stoppable if the world really set out to stop them.
This passage describes Quentin's perception of telling time (so important in The Sound and the Fury for Quentin the time-teller, the watch-breaker, the desirer of stopped and stoppable time), a perception in which telling time, mnemonic time, and dream time are united.
Still, Karas's self-portraits and Kozyra's Bathhouse signal a fundamental cultural change in sexuality that's taking place in Poland and is probably not stoppable, for all the sad reality of official resistance as depicted in Krzysztof Wodiczko's works.
Nuclear proliferation, when considered as the global emergency that it is, has never been, is not now and never will be stoppable by military force; on the contrary, force can only exacerbate the problem.
New research now suggests that this unrelenting process may be stoppable.
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Bickering between old and new partners, the inability to raise the needed money from the private sector, the restrictions the NHL wanted to place on the sale, and the federal government's unwillingness to grant the hockey team charitable status doomed the stoppable deal.
These corporations were, in left-wing theology, stoppable only by revolution.
The rest of us are increasingly aware that division will mean suicide for both parts, but people are more or less resigned to a process that now hardly seems stoppable.