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irremediable

Not able to be remedied or cured.
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Caption: The cure: Conservative Review senior senior editor Daniel Horowitz, calling the federal judiciary "irremediably broken," warns that "judicial activism is a cancer that can only be cured with wholesale surgery, not chemotherapy." But while he appears to advocate congressional action, there is another recourse: This is a cancer that U.S.
Maduro's support and grip weakened irremediably. As his popularity plummeted, he quickly staged a snap presidential election, where all relevant opposition parties and candidates were banned.
Over the past 20 years, the maximization of real estate activity and exchange value, a key feature of 'pegged urbanization,' has, from the perspective of the Lebanese people, negatively and irremediably affected property use value.
The SCE movement was initiated by the Consulate General in 2017 with the realization that, given demographic trends and shifts, there is a possibility that Filipino identity, culture and heritage among Filipino-Americans in the United States could be irremediably lost.
He was accused of branding staff at the service 'irremediably corrupt', aimed at weakening the service.
For example, the outgoing PML-N has already been fixed in the mind of the people as irremediably corrupt by the drip feed of consistent messaging through sections of broadcast and social media.
By age 27, Storni had authored six short stories, two novels, and a series of essays including La inquietud del rosal (The Restlessness of the Rosebush, 1916), El dulce dano (Sweet Pain, 1918), Irremediablemente (Irremediably, 1919), and Languidez (Languor, 1920).
'While the State continues to protect and preserve marriage as a social institution and as the foundation of the family, it shall also give the opportunity to spouses in irremediably failed marriages to secure an absolute divorce decree under limited grounds and well-defined judicial procedures to terminate a continuing dysfunction of a long broken marriage; save the children from the pain, stress and agony consequent to their parents'
The new measure declares that while the State continues to protect and preserve marriage as a social institution and as the foundation of the family, "it shall also give the opportunity to spouses in irremediably failed marriages to secure absolute divorce under limited grounds."
If your marriage is not bad/awful/abusive, you're safe under the divorce bill." The divorce bill passed by the lower house proposes that while the state continues to protect and preserve marriage as a social institution and as the foundation of the family, it shall also give the opportunity to spouses in "irremediably failed marriages" to secure absolute divorce under limited grounds, as well as judicial procedures to end the dysfunction of a long-broken marriage.
Berger also shows the role which drawing played for students of a discipline often thought irremediably verbal.
The two seem to have very little in common, yet over the course of the day, they fall irremediably in love.