unrecoverable


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unrecoverable

(ˌʌnrɪˈkʌvərəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be recovered or taken back; lost
2. relating to that from which there is no recovery
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrecoverable - incapable of being recovered or regainedunrecoverable - incapable of being recovered or regained
recoverable - capable of being recovered or regained; "recoverable truth of a past event"
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Deposits and Guarantees required: The offer is proof of the paying-a Vadiums amounting to 5% of the contract sum to settle in the form of a bank guarantee and, the absence of such proof, an unrecoverable defect.
Revenue chief Josephine Feehily said the recession caused the 71% increase in unrecoverable taxes.
THE revelation that the North East's local authorities have written off council tax debts of pounds 4.4m as unrecoverable may infuriate those who pay their due.
In the event of a wide-scale event, however, 80-85% of the institutions, based on the vendor's business model, may be unrecoverable. This shortfall is inducing some large financial firms to move their recovery capacity in-house as well as driving changes in the shared services vendors to lower overlap ratios, viz., 1:10 - 1:25, which greatly increases the cost base.
The new entity will take over from group banks loans to companies that are troubled but deemed recoverable and loans to debtors considered unrecoverable will be sold mainly to outside buyers, he said.
The PGM software is designed to ensure that messages can be delivered simultaneously to many locations over the Internet or on a corporate network, and that if unrecoverable data packet loss occurs the author is informed.
Each year unrecoverable debts are just written off.'
The amount written off as unrecoverable stood at pounds 1.3million, almost one per cent of the total.
By the end of 2006 the CSA estimates that it will have collected over pounds 5bn in maintenance payments since it was formed in 1993, but a debt of pounds 3.5bn in uncollected maintenance has built up ( 60% of which is deemed to be unrecoverable.
Of the lending, 88 billion yen became unrecoverable.
Deposits and Guarantees required: The offer is proof of the paying-a Vadiums a Vadiums amounting to 5% of the contract sum to settle in the form of a bank guarantee and, the absence of such proof, an unrecoverable defect.
Instead of being released into the atmosphere, the carbon dioxide produced by the plant would be stored under the seabed, with an added bonus that it could be used to extract otherwise unrecoverable oil and gas deposits in the North Sea.