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But, it continues over a period of minutes, tens of minutes, maybe even over an hour of time before it becomes unreversible.
He felt that he had done some terrible deed -- like striking his mother in the face -- something unforgivable, unreversible, struck through and through with finality ....
Two reads on Barack Obama's disastrous and cowardly Iran policy, both of which point to serious and unreversible consequences for the people of Iran and the world:
Last but not least, you did not make most sadly any efforts as well to communicate on a key issue, i.e. the most terrible and usually unreversible psychological consequences of such cruel and unresponsible abudctions on victimized children, emphasized by all leading international experts.
Never mind that Michelle Obama is (as we have seen above) a successful career woman, who may well choose to return to full-time employment (she reduced her working hours when their children were born, and again to help with her husband’s campaign, but I imagine neither decision is unreversible.)