Though the risks of potential adulteration are real, there is an extremely low potential for such well-qualified ingredients' having any defects that would make them 'irreparably
defective' according to appropriate regulations and the BAPP SOP."
Supreme Court specifically held that, unless it is found that a child is irreparably
corrupt, he may not be sentenced to life without parole."
By draining important aquifers that feed desert springs, including the nearby Bonanza Spring, Cadiz would irreparably
damage everything that makes the Mojave Desert special.
Piers said: "You can see what's going through his mind: he's devastated for his mate but he's worried also about the Ant and Dec brand which is the biggest in the country on TV and it could be irreparably
damaged and he's got to make decisions.
Trust director Arran Johnston said the plan could change the historic landscape irreparably
I very much regret that your reputation as a neutral, fair and responsible media source has been irreparably
The floating digital content can be used to show inside an object, Jamie Campbell, d3t's commercial director, said: "Normally, digital media is banned from showcases because the electronics can potentially damage an object or artefact irreparably
. ColliderCase uses a special optical system to completely avoid these problems."
Rather, it is the feeling that one is wrong, inherently and irreparably
The LOXL2 enzyme is being targeted because it is known to promote scar tissue which hardens and irreparably
damages the lungs of IPF patients.
The report add that crop fields spanning more than 1,200 acres has also been destroyed, while 61 water supply schemes have also been irreparably
The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) has asked President Obama to nominate a replacement for SEC Chair Mary Jo White, claiming that a revolving door between industry and the SEC has "irreparably
undermined" her tenure.
A police officer was arrested in Cairo Monday for irreparably
damaging a driver's eye during a quarrel over an 'improper' inspection.