Invariably is an adverb to mean in every case or on every occasion; always; constantly. Example sentences: The commercials that run during Judge Judy and Joe Brown are invariably for law firms. Invariably, she's always late. Wherever he was, Koch invariably thought about the project.
Example sentences for the adverb 'invariably': If you don't finish your dinner, you will invariably be looking for a snack before bed. Invariably, which means to not vary, someone asks you to use a certain word in a sentence here on Wiki, and today the word was invariably.
The term "pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism" is an argument against socialism. It means to have people under complete government control will make them need to do nothing, want nothing, and seek nothing.
Ndiyo means literally "these words are true," and is used as an affirmative in answer to a question (though it has some other uses as well). It is almost invariably translated into English as simply "yes."
There doesn't appear to be any difference in the meaning of the word wretch in Hindi opposed to English. How the word is spoken and spelled is of course different, however the meaning is invariably the same.
This was one of the euphemisms for death camps. Disinfecting and delousing was also commonplace, but when used in parlance or official correspondence, it invariably referred to human extermination rather than bugs.
Not quite sure what you mean with "meaning"; it simply states that if an object "A" pushes (for example) on an object "B", then there is invariably also a push back, from object "B" to object "A". This law is related to conservation of momentum.
Vendors invariably require real money in exchange for their goods or services and so it is with the iTunes store. Attempting to exchange fake money is a fraudulent act and will invariably end in a prosecution.