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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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Indeed people's views, hopes and dreams were altered so hugely and irrevocably it's hard now to think of Britain being without this person.
The CA merely put forth the LP interests that each donee would accept as equivalents of the dollar values irrevocably and unconditionally given by the taxpayers on Jan.
This designation of cash in the financial statements of the local government will not reduce the net OPEB obligation unless the reporting government commits to placing those funds irrevocably in a trust restricted solely for the payment of retiree benefits.
But marriage is a total self-giving, which implies that he has given himself irrevocably to her, and she to him.
John's description of a tumultuous scene during jouvert, the morning before the official start of Carnival, captures these changes perfectly; the center of this scene irrevocably affects the lives of Iris, Matilda and the unborn Lillian.
She notes that such practices may irrevocably alter these people's way of life.
The big beasts have irrevocably shouldered the burden of architectural eminence.
As with Dahlia's death--her neck is broken in a freak car accident--one wrong move can irrevocably change the course of life.
Success will crown our efforts because the destiny of America has been irrevocably decided.
By revisiting the past, these two films--configured as mainstream hits--endorse commonly held notions about Quebec history and its collective psyche, The protagonist of Ma vie embodies an arab valence about pursuing success beyond Quebec's borders while the heroine of Nouvelle-France is an obvious metaphor for a culture irrevocably damaged by the British the French and especially--in the view of the movie--the Catholic Church.
These are stories of human experience at hits darkest as exemplified by Andrea Yates who killed her five children and the impact Rusty Yates, her husband and the father of her children whose life was irrevocably shattered in a few short hours.
Says Flatt, "Globalization has irrevocably changed our industry.