irremediable


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Synonyms for irremediable

offering no hope or expectation of improvement

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impossible to remedy or correct or redress

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It pointed out that the SQAO was necessary "to preserve threatened or continuous irremediable injury to Globaltech before its claims can be thoroughly studied and adjudicated in the arbitration proceedings."
The call for submissions comes as the Western Australia Government plans to introduce a Government Bill to legalise assisted dying following their own inquiry in 2018 which found assisted dying should be made available for people experiencing grievous and irremediable suffering from a progressive terminal, chronic or neurodegenerative conditions.
The status quo ante order would 'preserve threatened or continuous irremediable injury to Globaltech before its claims can be thoroughly studied and adjudicated in the arbitration proceedings,' said the Court of Appeals.
A writ of preliminary injunction is issued to 'prevent threatened or continuous irremediable injury to some of the parties before their claims can be thoroughly studied and adjudicated.'
La opinion generalizada que ha prevalecido y aun prevalece desde la campana electoral y el eventual triunfo de un multimillonario en los comicios de 2016, instigada por resentidos democratas a causa de la irremediable derrota de su candidata Hillary Clinton, es que el mundo se enfrenta ahora con Donald Trump a una especie de inesperado "demente" que no sabe ni donde ni como esta dispuesto el memorable "orden global", segun esto, aprobado por todos.
By its very architecture, any Bitcoin hack or crash would be irremediable, For this reason alone, it would take a very courageous government indeed to allow cryptocurrencies to occupy any role at all in its financial system.
Elle est a toutes petites doses, mais irremediable. La BCT devrait d'ailleurs tres prochainement tenir reunion interne sur cette question du change du DT.
* has a grievous and irremediable medical condition; and
Under the provisions of the bill, patients with "grievous and irremediable" medical conditions would be allowed to seek a doctor's assistance in dying through a written request signed by two witnesses.
In its February 6, 2015, unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of Canada decriminalized physician assisted death (PAD) for Canadians who would have a "grievous and irremediable" medical condition (an illness, disease or disability) that causes enduring suffering, intolerable to the individual.
Hermann Neuling: Bagatelle; Peter Askim: A Door in the Dark; Tim Martin: Lament; Brett Miller: Hunting Songs: The Crow, The Owl, The Falcon; Nathan Pawelek: Irremediable Breakdown; Dante Yenque: Tanguito; Carl Nielsen: Canto Serioso; Andrea Clearfield: River Melos; Anonymous: Gummi Polka.
C'est dire aux sceptiques de tout bord que notre deficit en matiere de travail n'est pas irremediable. Il suffit d'une prise de conscience collective pour faire des miracles.
On February 6, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously found a constitutional right to "termination of life" for anyone who has an "irremediable medical condition" and wants to die.
The Canadian Supreme Court concluded that criminal penalties for assisting suicide "unjustifiably infringe" on "the right to life, liberty and security of the person," but only "to the extent that they prohibit physician-assisted death for a competent adult person who (i) clearly consents to the termination of life and (2) has a grievous and irremediable medical condition ...
The decision states that the ban on assisted dying is unconstitutional insofar as it denies those suffering from a "grievous and irremediable medical condition that causes enduring and intolerable suffering" of their rights to "life, liberty and security of the person," and that an absolute prohibition of euthanasia is not necessary in order to protect the lives of the vulnerable.