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Not weakened or damaged.‘unimpaired mobility’
perfect, without blemish, unblemished, unmarkedView synonyms
- ‘These are measures aiming to ensure that one's second-strike capacity, even after a first strike, is relatively unimpaired.’
- ‘In shifting his attention to the universities, the prince has found beneficiaries that are unimpaired by any of the limiting notions that guided Giuliani.’
- ‘Certainly, their vocal attributes remain unimpaired, judging by the steady stream of invective directed at all persons perceived as the opposition.’
- ‘My thought processes themselves seem unimpaired.’
- ‘Banks are allowed to invest their unimpaired Tier I capital in overseas money market or debt instruments without any percentage or absolute limit subject to approval by their Board of Directors.’
- ‘One of the reasons I think he has come through so much unseduced by his own success and with an unimpaired ability to strip pretentiousness to its drawers is that he has a built-in Geiger counter for sussing out the false.’
- ‘He said: ‘If the driving licence scheme in this country, which is so very highly valued compared with so many other countries I know, is to be maintained, it is vital that its integrity remains unimpaired.’’
- ‘At present, it is capped at 25 per cent of the unimpaired tier I capital (that is, capital and free reserves) or $10 million, whichever is higher.’
- ‘It is said that the restrictions leave unimpaired the access of potential participants during an election period to other modes of communication with the electorate.’
- ‘These fundamental commercial and cultural ties are unimpaired.’
- ‘The driving position is first rate, visibility unimpaired.’
- ‘The objective is to maximise the potential for the unimpaired physical, emotional and intellectual development of every child.’
- ‘He had the right to have that river run through his land unimpaired and its quality undiminished except where it resulted from reasonable use of the river upstream.’
- ‘Miss Chadwick added: ‘The best part of Rochdale to go for a good unimpaired view of the sky is probably Blackstone Edge.’’
- ‘Your Honours, we would submit that section 4 represents only part of the law of damages for this purpose and the common law is otherwise unimpaired.’
- ‘When someone seems, by any reasonable standard, so intent on braiding the rope, tying the knot, and hanging himself with it, it's easy to suppose that the best thing to do is to stand back so everyone can have an unimpaired view.’
- ‘These rights mean that any waterfront landowner or legal occupier of land has the right to have water flow to one's land in its natural state and to be unimpaired in access to and from the water's shore.’
- ‘Our national parks are protected under federal legislation for public understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment while maintaining them in an unimpaired state so they will remain intact in the future.’
- ‘Every body of men invested with office are tenacious of power; they feel interested, and hence it has become a kind of maxim, to hand down their offices, with all its rights and privileges, unimpaired to their successors.’
- ‘Is it likely that those faced with such great and glittering prizes will be wholly immune to their attractions, or that their objectivity will be unimpaired?’
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