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irrevocable

Not capable of being revoked. An offer to sell at a certain price can be revoked at any time before acceptance. An irrevocable offer to sell cannot be revoked, but it should always have an expiration date.

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This old man was to remain at Limmeridge House after I had left it, he was to hear Sir Percival Glyde's explanation, and was to give Miss Halcombe the assistance of his experience in forming her judgment; he was to wait until the question of the marriage was set at rest; and his hand, if that question were decided in the affirmative, was to draw the settlement which bound Miss Fairlie irrevocably to her engagement.
My hours were numbered at Limmeridge House--my departure the next morning was irrevocably settled--my share in the investigation which the anonymous letter had rendered necessary was at an end.
He had made up his mind irrevocably to that step and then had forgotten all about it.
When I was irrevocably married, there rose up into rebellion against the tie, the old strife, made fiercer by all those causes of disparity which arise out of our two individual natures, and which no general laws shall ever rule or state for me, father, until they shall be able to direct the anatomist where to strike his knife into the secrets of my soul.
For having made up his mind irrevocably that he would pay Mrs.
He thought of nothing and was incapable of thinking; but he felt suddenly in his whole being that he had no more freedom of thought, no will, and that everything was suddenly and irrevocably decided.
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During the heady rush of the changes Britain was irrevocably altered and over the intervening years became a different place than the isle with a staid and struggling mindset into which this grand person delivered their ideas.
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The taxpayers subsequently gifted all of their MIL interests irrevocably and unconditionally to several nonexempt and exempt donees via an assignment agreement (AA), on Jan.
Interspersed with numerous references to the legend of Persephone, the theme seems to be that individuals must enter hell and then return, irrevocably changed, to find out who they really are.
The suit alleges that the film, written and produced with the help of a former prosecutor on Hollywood's case, would irrevocably taint a jury pool likely to see the film.