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Despite desperate appeals for the safe return of the irreplacable images, they have never been seen since.
Ex Pussycat Doll visits Liz, aged 54, who needed plates putting in her wrist and arm after the accident, said: "He was just irreplacable and a true gentleman.
Gethin Jenkins (9) WRITTEN off during the Six Nations but proved in South Africa that when he is on song he is irreplacable.
The singer penned her hit Irreplacable and admitted he regretted not keeping it for himself.
Housing developments, railroad and natural gas facilities, and a proposed landfill also threaten to destroy the scenic beauty and irreplacable resources of the area.
The paper the drawings were on was too scarce, the prints too irreplacable, too precious, too dear to leave them unattended.
It links population with the environment by talking about the process in which human growth pressures destroy irreplacable natural resources.
The ultimate result of the existing Superfund approach is that as cities continue to be responsible as a deep pocket for the tremendous costs of environmental cleanup, municipal treasuries are being severely drained and cities with already tight budget conditions are forced to make dramatic cuts in irreplacable police, fire and other services to the direct detriment of the local taxpaying citizen.
Goodbye our lovely, funny, irreplacable friend Edie.
AL you are irreplacable, the greatest, most loyal No 9 ever for Newcastle and England.
The hierarchy at Anfield are desperate to get the irreplacable mementoes back and have offered a reward to fans who turn in the thieves.
Passing sentence, Judge David Hodson told Davis, a former Territorial Army cadet: "By your actions on that night in February you have completely and utterly ruined the lives of this family and no words of mine can begin to express the profound and irreplacable loss they have suffered.