uncurable

uncurable

(ʌnˈkjʊərəbəl)
adv
an archaic form of incurable
unˈcurably adv
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"I have therefore always thought it unreasonable in parents to desire to chuse for their children on this occasion; since to force affection is an impossible attempt; nay, so much doth love abhor force, that I know not whether, through an unfortunate but uncurable perverseness in our natures, it may not be even impatient of persuasion.
Despite going through gruelling chemotherapy and proton beam therapy in the United States, Daisy was told in January 2017that her cancer was uncurable.
But with Lynn's unpredictable and uncurable disease playing up sometimes, not every day is a smooth sail.
Sharon, who has a teenage daughter, says her inspiration to help the Scottish Huntington's Association came from her former manager, Marie Short, who has the uncurable inherited disease that causes nerve cells in the brain to waste away.
The videos and attention, though, have faded and still amyotrophic lateral sclerosis continues, uncurable and imprisoning its victims in their own bodies.
Dallas, TX, April 06, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Pulmonary Hypertension is a very rare disease, also known as Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH), it is an uncurable disease.
For me, it makes being around people difficult to the point where I feel unable to breathe, and brings with it a deep, unforgiving and what feels like an uncurable sadness that clouds every aspect of my life; my feelings, the way I think, the way I act and the way I percieve others.
The ape's blood and saliva transmit the uncurable virus to the entire London population, turning everybody infected into maniacs wandering in a permanent state of murderous rage, their only goal being to tear human flesh apart, further spreading the infection.
There can be many reasons cited for ending a life: The patient can be in unbearable pain in vegetative state for a long time or a terminally ill patient suffering from an uncurable disease.
Motor Neurone |Disease is an uncurable neurodegenerative condition that attacks the upper and lower neurones, leading to muscle wastage.
Some of these (uncurable) children may survive for a long period of time and need palliative care support.
functionality of MECN (actual) 1 1.041 Soluble Curable 2 1.21 Soluble Curable 3 0.85 Soluble Uncurable 4 1.98 Insoluble - 5 1.45 Insolubie - 6 0.93 Soluble Curable 7 0.46 Soluble Uncurable 8 1.40 Soluble Curable 9 0.77 Soluble Uncurable (a) C:F is molar ratio of cardanol to formaldehyde used for preparation of corresponding CN resin (b) ECN to MECN, calculated by using theoretical and determined amine values (c) Resins had inadequate pot life, as they gelled in a short period of time, and hence they were not used for application as films and for evaluation of film properties Preparation of test panels