“I am an honorary consul general, so I have inviolability,” Kelley told a 911 dispatcher in one call.
He agreed with one party in maintaining the inviolability of contracts.
It is in vain to assert the inviolability of the obligation of allegiance.
Their inviolability covers them so long as there exists against them no proof of overt treason.
All of them exist because of "the inviolability of their charters."
Yet the inviolability of their former rights was solemnly guaranteed, and Russian politics had henceforward to be guided by it.
They have all a common principle of existence, the inviolability of their charters.
With one voice the Assembly proclaimed its adhesion to its former decrees and the inviolability of its members.
Perhaps she shouldn't be as certain of her inviolability as she'd been till now.
She must above all retain for that possible day her most charming tranquillity, all her invulnerability, all her inviolability.