(1) From the moment he commenced his turn the aircraft was almost immediately on its right wing tip and was irrecoverable .(2) Partial deals were possible because they did not require him to adopt any irrecoverable positions.(3) Twine said the write-off removed the necessity for the municipality to attempt to recover money that was irrecoverable .(4) One feels that certain things are irrecoverable because they are past.(5) The privatisation roller coaster when everyone was encouraged to become a shareholder left many with irrecoverable losses.(6) First impressions, memorable impressions, are generally irrecoverable ; they often leave one the wiser, but they rarely return in the same form.(7) Her past was, in his words ├ö├ç├┐out of sight and hearing, beyond reach, largely irrecoverable .├ö├ç├û(8) Causation, even established, did not entitle him to recover damages in respect of an irrecoverable loss.(9) Even those who survive it may come to regret wasting five active, irrecoverable years.(10) As to the other two points, it was not suggested that the cost of repairs might be irrecoverable or that it might be uneconomic to recover it.(11) He seems to be working in a coal mine in his breaks and several shirts may be irrecoverable .(12) There is only relative simplicity and not being, or at least being is diffused irrecoverable by its ├ö├ç├┐own├ö├ç├û labyrinthine construction.(13) Yeo demanded that the government announce ├ö├ç├┐in principle, compensation for farmers who suffer irrecoverable losses├ö├ç├û.(14) But he might simply shatter, break into irrecoverable pieces.(15) They have gone so far down that we are getting to the point of irrecoverable collapse.(16) These can make the interest payable pale into insignificance and push someone already in debt into an irrecoverable position.