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The presence of a British factor would be an unsurmountable bar to that consummation, hence the necessity of its total removal.
How were they to pack eight hundred pounds of equipment and supplies over these seemingly unsurmountable barriers?
ON THE YUKON TRAILROY J. SNELL
One difficulty confronted him, and until he had mentioned it to Hogan seemed unsurmountable he had need of a ship.
THE TAVERN KNIGHTRAFAEL SABATINI
Things apparently impossible have been accomplished, and obstacles apparently unsurmountable have been overcome.
Though Louis met almost unsurmountable obstacles later in life, he was able to rejoice, having enjoyed a sunny childhood.
FAMOUS MEN OF SCIENCESARAH K. BOLTON
The working of points and crossings, and the shunting of trains and wagons, would present unsurmountable difficulties.
He spoke almost tearfully, as if contemplating an unsurmountable obstacle, but Martin appeared unimpressed by his woe.
MIXED FACESROY NORTON
The ignorant man sees only the unsurmountable wall of death, hiding, seemingly forever, his cherished friends.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Arab customs presented unsurmountable difficulties to a further division of family land.
There seemed to be an unsurmountable stone wall between him and the sweet things of this world.
SKOOKUM CHUCK FABLESSKOOKUM CHUCK (PSEUD FOR R.D. CUMMING)

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