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The Apaches were discouraged by the immovability of the train, and by the steady and deadly resistance of its defenders.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The keynote of the bony man's whole nature—mental, physical and moral—is immovability.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
The negress had withdrawn to the outer door, by which she sat with sphinx-like immovability.
Already it was apparent that Douglas stood upon no idealistic immovability when the main thing was at stake.
And now only a scarce perceptible shudder and more rigid immovability seemed to announce the knowledge of his proximity.
MARY SEAHAM, VOLUME 3 OF 3ELIZABETH CAROLINE GREY
But her smiles and the announcement of her wealth fell dead before the dogged immovability of the Chouan.
THE CHOUANSHONORE DE BALZAC
It gave me an impression of immovability, of patient and methodical relentlessness that was disheartening.
UNDER THE PROPHET IN UTAHFRANK J. CANNON AND HARVEY J. O'HIGGINS
The unnaturalness of her crime stood out the more harshly by the side of her hard immovability and obstinate silence.
ADAM BEDEGEORGE ELIOT
Many painful affections of joints, sometimes complicated by immovability, are really psycho-neuroses.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
These facts are not due to any immovability; but to a dangerously lax tendency to run into foreign roads.

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