unrecoverably

unrecoverably

(ˌʌnrɪˈkʌvərəblɪ)
adv
in an unrecoverable or irrecoverable manner
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In the blast-resistant methods of porous or lightweight materials, the materials are easy to get damaged unrecoverably and have large deformation under the blasting load because of the low elastic modulus and the existence of the holes.
Volatile organic compounds (VOC) such as methanol, phenol, formaldehyde, butanol, toluene, benzene as well as other not less harmful compounds like, for example, ammonia and hydrogen sulphide ejected into the atmosphere by food, chemical, woodworking and agricultural enterprises unrecoverably cripple our ecology (Baltrenas, Vaiskunaite 2004; Sharvelle et at.
Waiting even two years to initiate this process may place them unrecoverably behind in the race for personal genomics information and applications.
But whereas her mother had slid permanently and unrecoverably into the grip of psychosis, Wilson surfaced again, intact, stronger and more fully alive: "The tea kettle wasn't even boiling yet.
Fabric cut is nearly always done internally or outsourced to expert domestic subcontractors, since it affects the quality of the finished product unrecoverably. Furthermore, the complexity of the co-ordination flows can question the delocalization of small production batches.