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- adv. In an irrevocable manner; beyond recall; in a manner precluding repeal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an irrevocable manner; beyond recall; so as to preclude recall or repeal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an irrevocable manner
Among the powerful ways in which the word irrevocably changed was that people in positions of domestic authority here gained a certain privilege to speak and to identify the forces out there and to remain unchallenged in how they designated enemies and friends.
Community Promise "at least uses the word 'irrevocably' to assure open source developers" that they can start coding to those standards and patents, he noted.
The one thing that irritated me the most of all was the fact that in the book the relationship between Bella and Edward are cultivated - but in the movie they meet and are suddenly "irrevocably" in love.
Those citizens who are "irrevocably" opposed to the death penalty, whether on moral, philosophical or religious grounds, or even those whose feelings about the death penalty would
Berlin asks US court to block a deal between Google and US authors and publishers about web access to old books, saying it would 'irrevocably' weaken global copyright law
Germany seeks to block Google book deal - Berlin asks US court to block a deal between Google and US authors and publishers about web access to old books, saying it would 'irrevocably' weaken global copyright law Leading mobile operators and phone manufacturers worldwide prepare to introduce an array of sleek new Windows phones.
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I'd like to pick up on one aspect of it though, which is the comparison of Hezbollah to the Apartheid regime in South Africa: "Was Hizbollah really "irrevocably" committed to the destruction of Israel?
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Debuting in November from Image Comics, DRAIN follows the story of Chinatsu, a woman whose life is irrevocably changed when her and her ancient clan of Japanese assassins is ravaged by vampires.
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