beyond remedy

References in classic literature ?
For the first time in his life he knew the bitterest sort of misfortune, misfortune beyond remedy, and caused by his own fault.
In our own times the decay of these once flourishing cities is so completely beyond remedy, that the next great change in contemplation is the draining of the now dangerous and useless tract of water, and the profitable cultivation of the reclaimed land by generations that are still to come.
Too noble to distress Sebastien uselessly by blaming him for a misfortune now beyond remedy, Rabourdin said no more.
Inquire about conditions that may be beyond remedy at your chosen vet.
QUETTA -- Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Thursday observed that Balochistan issue was multi-faceted but not too much complicated and beyond remedy.