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Unfortunately, the biggest problems are often embedded in politically untouchable programs, popular initiatives or sprawling dilemmas, such as the drug-abuse epidemic in this country.
After the 2019 NFL trade deadline passed, New York Jets General Manager Joe Douglas said he considered Sam Darnold a franchise quarterback, which in turn made Darnold “untouchable” for other teams.
When we put people on pedestals we put them above the fray in a way that makes them untouchable.
Sudha Varghese is an activist and nun who has worked for decades to educate girls from the Dalit community — formerly known as “untouchables” — in the northern state of Bihar.
Right up until the results posted Tuesday, the coastal height limit was seen as untouchable in local politics.
So meticulous, so spotless, so untouchable are they that the soul of the seeker nearly sickens for want of spice and flavor.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
An aura of coldness and power emanated from him—a sense of untouchable hauteur.
OLD RAMBLING HOUSEFRANK PATRICK HERBERT
Each song had its own peculiarity and sentiment to touch the public pulse, which so far has been untouchable.
It stood, white in the floodlights, beautiful and untouchable in the darkness.
THAT SWEET LITTLE OLD LADYGORDON RANDALL GARRETT (AKA MARK PHILLIPS)
It is slopping and burning and putting away with a rinse, that makes kettles and spiders untouchable.
WE GIRLS: A HOME STORYMRS. A. D. T. WHITNEY

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