unmitigable


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incapable of being mitigated

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(1) the breach is accompanied by a traditional common law tort, such as fraud or conversion; (2) the means used to breach the contract are tortious, involving deceit or undue coercion; or (3) one party intentionally breaches the contract intending or knowing that such a breach will cause severe, unmitigable harm in the form of mental anguish, personal hardship, or substantial consequential damages.
He enlisted the help of California senator Barbara Boxer (D), who said that the mine "would rip out the heart of the tribe's religion." Together with Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Boxer wrote a letter blasting Norton's decision: "Regardless of the standard that you chose to apply to the proposed mine," they wrote, "the unmitigable environmental and cultural impacts require denial."
When it is possible that SEQRA requires the denial of an application, the unmitigable adverse environmental impacts of the action must first be weighed and balanced against the demonstrated public need for the project.
looms like an unmitigable fact of life, sadistic in her indifference to
* Dams' impacts on ecosystems are "mostly negative." Large dams have led to the extinction of many fish and other aquatic species, the disappearance of birds in floodplains, huge losses of forests, wetlands and farmland, erosion of coastal deltas, and many other unmitigable impacts.
Of course, at this juncture, Anadolu-Okur proposes the deft and unmitigable application of Afrocentric esthetics.
The reasonableness test and the economic evaluation also make it possible to identify unmitigable risks.