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that cannot be revoked or undone

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incapable of being reversed

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Heart: because of the ties that bind us together and would be irreversibly broken by separation.
Together with a dozen other bills currently being rushed through parliament in what some have dubbed "the Cuban package," the government declares that the enabling law is intended to hasten the transformation of Venezuela into an irreversibly socialist society.
Otherwise the journalists' community is going to be split irreversibly.
Summary: Morocco's permanent representative to the UN Office in Geneva ambassador Omar Hilale reaffirmed, on Monday, that the Kingdom is irreversibly committed to consolidating the rule of law, promoting democracy and boosting public liberties.
Summary: Geneva - Morocco's permanent representative to the UN Office in Geneva ambassador Omar Hilale reaffirmed, on Monday, that the Kingdom is irreversibly committed to consolidating the rule of law, promoting democracy and boosting public liberties.
Dairy farmers shared Compassion in World Farming's concerns that intensive dairy farms could irreversibly damage Britain's traditional systems, added Stuart Northolt, director of CIWF.
These talks could be our last chance to secure a global agreement to reduce emissions and build a zerocarbon economy before our planet's climate system destabilises irreversibly.
The Republic of Macedonia is entering the closing stage of the period when it should and must take the key step, thus defining irreversibly its Euro-Atlantic future," former President Crvenkovski said in his address on the subject "The Future of the Republic of Macedonia Through the Prism of Friends.
The quality of life and lifestyles which we owe to future generations will be irreversibly shattered.
More than 18 million people in Africa are infected with the insect-borne river blindness, with more than 300,000 left irreversibly blind.
It is thought Robert's kidneys became irreversibly damaged by a virus when he was three.
MUSCAT -- Globalisation has changed India irreversibly in recent years, said a prominent Indian expert on international affairs and a former top UN official.
The vaccine, unlike bapineuzumab, actively and irreversibly stimulates the patient's immune system to attack beta amyloid.
Our undeniably damaged economy is now irreversibly wrecked.
While I must congratulate Mr Ainsworth on both his honesty to espouse his essentially pro-European ambitions and views as he thinks fit (although I disagree) and to recommend the use of a democratic referendum and parliamentary agreement to reach an agreement, I wonder if he would now support the democratic case for referendum on the incoming EU Reform Treaty which - like the single currency - fundamentally and irreversibly alters the nature of the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
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