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Violations of the constitution that have already occurred won't be prosecuted because the cases will be dismissed as a result of this law -- that bell cannot be unrung.
TT it can be done, the bell can be unrung, if Geoff backed up the old template as the download advised.
I want that bell unrung and, if I could have written part of Hillary's speech, here's what she'd have said to us:
No, indeed “the bell cannot be unrung” and you, my drooling little righttard, cannot unfuck your hilarious fuck-up.
Archive 2008-01-01 CC 2008
The slur will stay with us, the proverbial bell that can't be unrung.
So, let's remember, and remind others, too -- that we have so many unrung bells of freedom, within our own daily lives, and that it is only by talking often about freedom, that we can hope to keep and safeguard our freedoms.
Once an inducer, always an inducer, or as the court said, "The bell simply cannot be unrung."
Archive 2007-10-28 2007
They're trying to ring a bell that can't be unrung, and that's create doubt, take the focus off of the person who's being charged with some very serious allegations and get people wondering, well, gee, maybe it did happen, and, you know, poor Michael Jackson.
Splashes of bell-metal lay forever unrung in the foundry dirt.
Gravity's Rainbow Pynchon, Thomas 1978
Don Giovanni - the darker, weightier ideas that developed in the 19th and 20th centuries - are a bell that can't be unrung.
The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed Colin Eatock 2011