For Dedalus, as for James Joyce, Irish history was an ineluctable , disabling miasma of piety, nationalism and superstition.
It is a slow but ineluctable process of erasure.
He radiates an ineluctable lightness of being.
Think back over the past six months and it becomes ineluctable : never in the history of modern warfare has so much been found so opportunely.
But despite the ineluctable force of modernization it's surprising how strongly and deeply rooted this callous disregard for women is.
The fact of the matter is basic and ineluctable : we need these lists.
They don't dare to get to grips with the ineluctable dreariness of what is going on.
Both were fighting the ineluctable tide of history.
If this is so, then every event in nature is bound in chains of ineluctable necessity.
Welfare improvement due to comparative advantage is a mechanistic outcome; no ineluctable policy prescription can be drawn solely on its basis.