Although there was no certainty as to the overall winner, at the time of going to press it looked like it would be the midland's day, as deputy presidential candidate, Derek from Carlow was already untouchable .
It looked ethereal, almost untouchable , and I fingered the silk, let it run between my fingers like water, then folded it up with the rest of my stuff that I would need.
He said: ‘Many offenders think that they are untouchable and above the law.’
From his days as a small-time fence selling stolen goods from Boston's second-hand shop in Leith to the years running guns and stolen vehicles up the coast of east Africa, it appeared that he was untouchable .
They were arrogant enough to think they were untouchable , but they have been arrested.
It was only during the aftermath of the Napoleonic wars, when the monarchy was untouchable , that George IV was able to force through the royal building-spree that culminated in Buckingham Palace.
‘It was kind of a wake-up call that we're not untouchable ,’ said Logan, who lives in the District.
A month or so ago, Arsenal, 49 matches without defeat, looked untouchable .
If marriage is invincible, indelibly written on the human heart, untouchable or only slightly touched by culture, where do all these fatherless families come from?
Indeed, the citizenry's incentive to finger such bad guys isn't particularly strong when the word on the street is that the these people are untouchable .