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Definitionnot subject or susceptible to change
- Destiny was too potent, and her immutable laws had decreed my utter and terrible destruction.Chapter 2 (**% in)
- The blue lake and snow-clad mountains—they never change; and I think our placid home and our contented hearts are regulated by the same immutable laws.Chapter 6 (14% in)
- ...me; the icy wall of the glacier overhung me; a few shattered pines were scattered around; and the solemn silence of this glorious presence-chamber of imperial nature was broken only by the brawling waves or the fall of some vast fragment, the thunder sound of the avalanche or the cracking, reverberated along the mountains, of the accumulated ice, which, through the silent working of immutable laws, was ever and anon rent and torn, as if it had been but a plaything in their hands.Chapter 10 (5% in)
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