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  • a  incapable of being recovered or regained

  • He is much better when he avoids his fuzzy cosmic fumbling and sticks to camera-eye reporting on jazz joints, brothels and the irrecoverable sights and sounds of New Orleans .
  • It has no mandate to return to a now irrecoverable past of blind isolationism, narrow prejudice, obedience to this or that hidden pressure or influence, the whole McKellar brand of .
  • When Kirsten Flagstad in 1935 made her Metropolitan Opera debut in Wagner's Die Walkuere, the audience cheered and the press groped for comparisons with "the irrecoverable.

  • David Mellor in BBC News
    Mr Mellor, a former Conservative MP and fellow Chelsea fan, said: "I think he is in an irrecoverable position where effectively the stroke has destroyed his brain. Tony is a strong chap and his heart continues to beat manfully, but I fear...
  • John Magnier in This is London
    C4 pundit John McCririck said: "It seems irrecoverable for Kieren Fallon as he will miss all the Classic trials and the French and Irish Guineas, on top of which he is facing a court hearing in Britain."
  • Neil Kinnock in
    Kinnock mentioned the innumnerable efforts made from within the trade union movement to find a compromise agreement, "to rescue the miners from what was clearly, after the first few months, going to be an irrecoverable disaster".

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