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I came here eight years ago with a reverence for The Post’s heritage of courage and independence and feeling an inviolable obligation to uphold its values.
MARTIN BARON, EXECUTIVE EDITOR WHO OVERSAW DRAMATIC WASHINGTON POST EXPANSION, ANNOUNCES RETIREMENTPAUL FARHIJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The first — that experimenters can choose what measurements to perform — would seem inviolable.
A NEW THEOREM MAPS OUT THE LIMITS OF QUANTUM PHYSICSANIL ANANTHASWAMYDECEMBER 3, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
These are the sacred rights of personal security, property, and the inviolability of the home of every citizen.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
These were handed down from local priest to local priest, with the inviolability of sacred and immutable tradition.
MYTH, RITUAL, AND RELIGION, VOL. 1ANDREW LANG
As to "inviolability," I would not have such a word mentioned.
THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE, VOLUME III.THOMAS PAINE
It is the law that invests the person of a queen, whoever she be, with a sort of inviolability.
THE LIFE OF THE BEEMAURICE MAETERLINCK
Unconsciously she clung to her belief in the natural inviolability of her privilege.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The consideration due to him consists in honours, inviolability, and exterritoriality.
INTERNATIONAL LAW. A TREATISE. VOLUME I (OF 2)LASSA FRANCIS OPPENHEIM
But no other privileges, especially those of inviolability and exterritoriality need be granted to the envoy.
INTERNATIONAL LAW. A TREATISE. VOLUME I (OF 2)LASSA FRANCIS OPPENHEIM
As diplomatic envoys are sacrosanct, the principle of their inviolability is generally recognised.
INTERNATIONAL LAW. A TREATISE. VOLUME I (OF 2)LASSA FRANCIS OPPENHEIM

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