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irrevocable

i re vuh kuh buhl

  • a  incapable of being retracted or revoked
    firm and irrevocable is my doom"- Shakespeare

  • John said his decision was irrevocable and final. It was now up to the opposite party to respond to his intransigence.
  • Once, the nuclear button is pressed then there is no going back, the decision however regrettable is irrevocable.
  • There is a growing apprehension that the climate changes that we are witnessing are perhaps irrevocable.
News & Articles

  • Fitch Rts NYSHFA (Riverside Center 2) $41MM Hsg Rev Bonds, 2013 Series A-1 'A/F1'
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings assigns a rating of 'A/F1', Stable Outlook to the $41,200,000 New York State Housing Finance Agency (NYSHFA) Riverside Center 2 housing revenue bonds, 2013 series A-1 (the bonds). KEY RATING DRIVERS: The rating is based on the support provided by an irrevocable direct-pay letter of credit (LOC) issued by Bank of America, N.A. (rated 'A/F1', Stable Outlook ...
    June 6, 2013 - Business Wire
Quotes

  • Dmitry Medvedev in guardian.co.uk
    Our decision is irrevocable, two new states have come into existence,Medvedev said. "This is a reality which all our partners, including our EU partners, will have to reckon with."
  • Mitch Daniels in Indianapolis Star
    I don't want a pilot project,Daniels said Monday after the Indiana Education Roundtable debated full-day kindergarten. "This is the year we make an absolutely irrevocable commitment. Pilot projects -- the time for that has passed."
  • Mike Huckabee in Guardian Unlimited
    I read every single page of every file of every casethat came to his desk, Huckabee said. "It's the one thing that's irrevocable."

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