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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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privileges and sovereign immunities from and against any lawsuit and enforcement of arbitral award' shall be irrevocably waived by the RECIPIENT (not BORROWER, as the editorial claims).
In The Unnamable Present, Calasso faces up to a world that has done away with his very element--the culture of analogy--as it has irrevocably committed to a digital, virtual reality.
So, I informed President Duterte that I am voluntarily and irrevocably stepping down from my post effective immediately," he said in a text message.
"I didn't want it to define me but it did change me irrevocably MYLEENE ON HER 'HUMILIATING' DIVORCE
"By fixing in the Constitution the obligatory course of joining NATO, the accession to the European Union, we send a message to Moscow: we will divide, definitively and irrevocably. Russia as an aggressor country does not have and will not have a veto on our accession either to NATO or to the European Union.
The Notes are unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by Minerva.
The proposed notes will also be issued by Tahoe Group Global (Co.,) Limited and unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by the group.
As a new immigrant, my induction to motherhood was shaped irrevocably by another Israeli mother, Aviva Shalit, whose son Gilad was held prisoner in Gaza from 2006-11.
LAHORE -- The Supreme Court on Thursday directed three newly elected senators to submit affidavits that they had permanently and irrevocably renounced their foreign nationality.
..ON April 15, 2013, hundreds of lives were irrevocably altered in Boston when two homemade explosives detonated close to the finish line of the city's marathon.
STRONGER (15) HHH HH ON April 15, 2013, hundreds of lives were irrevocably altered in Boston when two homemade explosives detonated close to the finish line of the city's marathon.
DGR Global, a substantial shareholder of SolGold (with 16.9%), will irrevocably commit to vote in favour of the Newcrest investment, subject to no superior proposal being received by SolGold prior to shareholder approval.