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that cannot be revoked or undone

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incapable of being retracted or revoked

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'Without a lawful justification, therefore, the said grant is void and the person who benefited from it may not invoke its irrevocability hence can be incarcerated to continue his or her sentence,' said Panelo.
From all the results, it could be able to prove that this approach with the usage of general extracted minutiae based new chaff points gave a better performance results and it is experienced as an efficient method for irrevocability and cancelablity of fingerprint template encapsulation.
According to the SC, the irrevocability rule is limited only to the option of carryover.
With this indictment in place, section three argues that Eliot, far from hewing to a faded framework of Christian absolution, adduces the principle of the irrevocability of wrong, which abrogates reactionary economies of expiation.
In addition, the continuity, irrevocability, and irreversibility of a blockchain ledger could prevent management from creating fictitious transactions or backdating options.
Roughly speaking, a contract, once signed, cannot be changed by one party, but by an agreement of the both contracting parties, thus we can outline another principle that protects the enforcing contracts, namely the principle of irrevocability. This fundamental rule, used by the modern world civil laws is found in and taken from the Biblical texts.
17, the pope said the church "recognizes the irrevocability of the Old Covenant and the constant and faithful love of God for Israel."
The dogma of European policymakers' infallibility and the irrevocability of every step toward integration collided with reality.
The irrevocability of the sublease rental agreements between GoM and Aman's parent Pembinaan BLT Sdn Bhd (PBLT), a wholly-owned entity of the GoM, is a key rating factor.
A moratorium should also be placed on the death penalty, which Human Rights Watch opposes in all circumstances because of its inherent cruelty and irrevocability. Governments should also urge Pakistan to prosecute those responsible for planning and executing attacks against religious minorities.
7 -- (BNA): Labour Minister Jameel bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan stressed the finality and irrevocability of the supplementary trilateral agreement which would be deemed as a final settlement of the dossier and thus nullification of the complaint lodged versus the Kingdom of Bahrain at the International Labour Organization (ILO) regarding the dossier of demobilized workers in the aftermath of the unfortunate incidents of early 2011.
Vivid with detail and tonal balance, and boasting a depth of field of great clarity, the images defy the flattening effect of digital media, exerting a presence that belies their age and the irrevocability of the lost eras to which they bear witness.
Irrevocability makes any Bitcoin transaction involving one or more intermediaries subject to added risk.
As for the irrevocability of the final sale, he said, that only comes after there is valid service, a valid foreclosure order, and all appeals have run.
And while airport security lines hint at how life changed following September 11, 2001, the full scope and apparent irrevocability of the changes nearly defy description.
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