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i ri vur suhb lee

  • r  in an irreversible manner
    this old tradition is irreversibly disappearing

  • Critics note that for brain-damaged children, development can come very, very slowly so deciding when she's only six to change a child's body irreversibly can amount to .
  • The dire predictions of a key report on international oil supplies released Wednesday suggest that oil prices could move irreversibly over the $100-a-barrel threshold in the not .
  • The phenomenon that Hansen describes is actually a natural, beneficial atmospheric process that many scientists believe has gone awry -- perhaps irreversibly.
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  • Tony Hayward in Reuters
    ...the annual Statistical Review of World Energy, BP Chief Executive Tony Hayward said the centre of gravity in global energy markets had tilted "sharply and irreversibly towards the emerging nations of the world, especially China."
  • Richard Branson in International Herald Tribune
    Our generation has inherited an incredibly beautiful world from our parents and they from their parents,Branson told reporters, with Clinton at his side. "We must not be the generation responsible for irreversibly damaging the environment....
  • Susan Solomon in Science Daily (press release)
    Our study convinced us that current choices regarding carbon dioxide emissions will have legacies that will irreversibly change the planet,said Solomon, who is based at NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colo.

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