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- adv. In an unrecoverable manner, or to an unrecoverable degree
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unrecoverable manner; irrecoverably; incurably.
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Waiting even two years to initiate this process may place them unrecoverably behind in the race for personal genomics information and applications.
Of all the Shelter nations -- a class which excluded only countries still almost wholly undeveloped, or unrecoverably desert -- Italy appeared to be the least thoroughly entombed.
You don't even have the physical evidence at either 9/11 crime scene because it was immediately taken away and unrecoverably destroyed.
Ans. Whether it be no punishment for them who have been in so good a way, a way of such tendency unto salvation and such usefulness to the gospel, as those persons are supposed to be in, not to be renewed again to that state and condition, but to be shut up unrecoverably under the power of darkness and unbelief unto eternal wrath, when before they were in a fair way for life and salvation, others will judge besides Mr Goodwin.
"An I / O operation initiated by the Registry failed unrecoverably.