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German found the old road blocked up with fallen rocks, so as to be impassable.

In the south, however, this ancient custom still remains in full force; the doors there are yet impassable to lovers.

The idea of caste as an eternal and impassable barrier has largely determined the history of India.

The Group MindWilliam McDougall

In fact, an impassable gulf yawned between the old Roman religion and modern Roman thought.

Ten Great ReligionsJames Freeman Clarke

Souls reach out to each other across the impassable gulfs of individual being.

As for the alternatives, the army or the navy, again his ideals had formed for him impassable bars.

The Mountain GirlPayne Erskine

London was at that time separated from the country by roads that were often impassable and always dangerous.

The Age of PopeJohn Dennis

At that time heavy rains and impassable roads restricted travelling.

The roads were impassable, the river-steamers stopped running, and the mails were delayed for days at a time.

ThrockmortonMolly Elliot Seawell

Whatever concessions might be made by England, her own acts had caused an impassable gulf.

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