But he might simply shatter, break into irrecoverable pieces.
Her past was, in his words ‘out of sight and hearing, beyond reach, largely irrecoverable .’
From the moment he commenced his turn the aircraft was almost immediately on its right wing tip and was irrecoverable .
In India, owing to the time lag involved in the recovery, banks tend to hold on to advances considered irrecoverable in their books.
They have gone so far down that we are getting to the point of irrecoverable collapse.
Causation, even established, did not entitle him to recover damages in respect of an irrecoverable loss.
History shows that, once lost, the democracy it guarantees is irrecoverable .
The privatisation roller coaster when everyone was encouraged to become a shareholder left many with irrecoverable losses.
There is only relative simplicity and not being, or at least being is diffused irrecoverable by its ‘own’ labyrinthine construction.
We see lives in the same light as our own lives might be seen when we have also become irrecoverable .