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use "irremediable" in a sentence

In some states fault grounds remain, but all states except New York now provide other grounds as well, variously termed irreconcilable differences, irremediable breakdown, loss of affection, or similar.

I have devoted my creator, the select specimen of all that is worthy of love and
irrelevant couplings into account.

Thus, substantial bodies of opinion can be rendered irrelevant to the final outcome, and a party can obtain a majority of seats without a majority of the vote.

But other attacks may have much lower work factors, making resistance to brute force attack irrelevant, and some are known for some public key encryption algorithms.

He often contributes to situations by making irrelevant (and usually silly) tangental comments, sometimes sexist in nature.

Hill rebuffed such critiques by arguing that "in a thriller film, what a character says is often irrelevant, especially in those sequences where the objective is to build up suspense." Thus various irrelevant castes has become sub-caste of Boya.

Thus, the Bishop of Havelberg commanded his clergy, in 1471, to suppress the Passion Plays and legend plays in their parish districts because of the disgraceful and irrelevant farces interspersed through the productions.

Breyer's concurring view justice Breyer disputed the majority's assumption that the perception of the children was irrelevant.

He seduces her, but, at the last moment, decides that physical consummation is irrelevant.

A local political analyst, Darryl Paulson, described their differences on social issues as irrelevant, with property insurance as the most important issue for voters.

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