irretraceable

ir•re•trace•a•ble

(ˌɪr ɪˈtreɪ sə bəl)

adj.
not retraceable; unable to be retraced.
[1840–50]
ir`re•trace′a•bly, adv.
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Behavioural economics may be a way to address the seemingly irretraceable problem of poverty and poor money management.
The statement said that in this context, the Syrian Arab Republic affirms its adherence to the following basic and irretraceable principles in dealing with any international effort to resolve the crisis in Syria: The first principle: the Arab League has chosen since it interfered in the course of the crisis in Syria to be a biased side for the benefit of Arab, regional and international sides that seek to summon foreign military intervention in the crisis, that hinder any polticial solution based on national dialogue, and that encourage and fund sides in the opposition and extremist terrorist groups that work on escalating the crisis by murdering innocents, vandalizing infrastructure, targeting the Syrian Army and security forces, and spreading chaos and instability in the country.