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Example sentences for irretrievably

Some environmentalists, fearing the projects will irretrievably damage a unique desert habitat, are opposing the facilities.
His sailors, meanwhile, feared that their ships would become irretrievably entangled in the stuff.
It is uncompromisingly and irretrievably difficult reading.
She is not about to take lessons from once rich western countries who have damaged themselves irretrievably.
Unlike many in the tech world, he's a quiet disrupter, sabotaging business models silently and irretrievably.
If you find this conceit irretrievably silly, the film is unlikely to persuade you otherwise.
He may discover, however, that the bureaucracy has irretrievably broken down.
All that they had possessed was irretrievably lost, and they had nothing to show for it.
The ties of respect and fondness and mutual vision that once bound a coach and his team are irretrievably gone.
There are countless ways a show can jump the shark and turn undeniably, irretrievably, tragically bad.
We look back at them with awe, with the feeling that they are irretrievably lost to us.
My marriage is not irretrievably broken and there are reasonable prospects of reconciliation.
Check the second box to indicate your marriage is irretrievably broken.
In an adoption proceeding, the parental rights are irretrievably terminated once the decree of adoption has been entered.
The marriage is irretrievably broken and there is no reasonable prospect for reconciliation.
Human effort would be irretrievably committed during the project planning, construction, and operations phases.

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