nonrecoverable

non·re·cov·er·a·ble

 (nŏn′rĭ-kŭv′ər-ə-bəl)
adj.
1. That cannot be recovered, especially from waste materials or ore.
2. That cannot be repaid, as an investment or an expense.

nonrecoverable

(ˌnɒnrɪˈkʌvərəbəl)
adj
(Law) law unable to be claimed back; damaged or lost forever
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The amount of nonrecoverable deformation at the end of programming is [[epsilon].
In this regard, the more both parties are motivated to maintain the relationship and are imbricated with each other, the lower the risk of relationship dissolution and the more willing they are to invest in that relationship--particularly in nonrecoverable investments (Scheer, Miao, & Palmatier, 2015).
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Hard errors are nonrecoverable, while soft errors may be recovered by a reset or simply a rewrite of the information.
But it said: "These type of funds are classified as common law, they are nonrecoverable and therefore not enforceable by law.
Mining will be based on long-hole retreat mining on close-spaced sublevels, with cemented rock backfill used to eliminate nonrecoverable pillars, maximizing mining recovery to 96%.
Julie said: "I'm grateful to the hospital, but unfortunately he had just been in cardiac arrest too long; it was a nonrecoverable event.
Testing is viewed as a nonrecoverable expense among a third group.
The remaining strain consists of nonrecoverable plastic strain and shrinkage strain.
A movement control team can order a limited amount of trucks, but a mobile redistribution team can reduce transportation requirements by destroying nonrecoverable items on-site.