(1) As our collective anger collides head-on with our political system's intransigence, we're stuck with a classic case of an irresistible force meeting an immovable object.(2) Other familiar exemptions included under Article 13B (other exemptions) include insurance, the letting of immovable property, and the supply of land and buildings.(3) They were immovable , intimidating, overwhelming.(4) Certainly, corporations can and do change the marketscape, but only within the fairly immovable constraints placed upon them by consumer desires.(5) Londoners were immovable in their determination to get to work on time.(6) My interests are now quicksilver streams that dart between, and are frequently dammed by, the immovable rocks of naps, meals, bedtimes and bubble-blowing sessions.(7) In that combative battlefield there seems to be no middle ground, just the immovable solidarity of two irreconcilable forces.(8) The categories of fiction and non-fiction are among the most immovable divides in bookshops and libraries.(9) I have lost count of the number of young trees I have seen in parks and gardens which have outgrown their ties, and even large trees with thick, mature bark can be damaged by growing up against an immovable object, such as a wire fence.(10) This afternoon's Easter Road clash is not the only Edinburgh derby this weekend where immovable object meets irresistible force.(11) She tried to persuade him not to undertake the work because of its subject matter, but of course he was immovable .(12) Ptolemy's findings were that the earth was a fixed, inert, immovable mass, located at the centre of the universe, and all celestial bodies, including the sun and the fixed stars, revolved around it.(13) This base is the immovable heart of international relations.(14) Some things are immovable - family, writing, Jasperwood.(15) When cooled, water becomes immovable and its fluidity is blocked.(16) In order, therefore, to decide whether the plaintiff can succeed in following the property into the hands of the defendants I should have to consider the law relating to immovable property in India.