Once chums and collaborators, they had irretrievably drifted apart.
“I will always honor both my father and my mother, but the fact remained that our family was irretrievably broken,” she writes.
In court documents, the marriage was described as " irretrievably broken," but the size of the settlement was not disclosed.
Now it is unmistakably and irretrievably a decision about the future, says Robert Shrum.
The roll-out has been a disgrace, yes, and an immeasurably and irretrievably missed opportunity.
He pulled away the mans hands from the gaping neck-wound, whence the life was irretrievably spurting.
Pies and turnips were ruined as irretrievably as the turkey.
Killed himself when the Ming dynasty was irretrievably lost.
Her eves moved to the treads, going outwards, so firmly, so irretrievably.
The blast struck him full in the face; he was terribly scorched, and his eyesight was irretrievably lost.