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Court documents said: "The Petitioner Louse Redknapp has sufficiently proved the contents of the petition herein and is entitled to a decree of (divorce), the marriage having irretrievably broken down, the facts found proved being the respondent's (Jamie's) unreasonable behaviour.
Zanna is seeking divorce on the grounds the marriage irretrievably broke down.
Marc Rysman used in the FCC rulemaking, as well as nearly all other analyses submitted into the record, were based on an irretrievably flawed data set that severely understated cable providers' ability to provision true business data services," the companies' motion said.
You have to show the marriage has broken down irretrievably.
based transportation think tank the Eno Foundation maintains that the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) is irretrievably "broken" and should be eliminated in favor of a new system of revenue streams or by dedicating a portion of the federal income tax to pay for transportation.
The areas will be irretrievably lost for wildlife habitat, the enjoyment of future generations, and as drainage preventing surrounding areas from flooding.
The divorce petition says the couple's marriage is irretrievably broken.
Court documents filed by Toni Tennille in Arizona say that her marriage to Daryl Dragon is irretrievably broken and cannot be reconciled.
For 17 per cent of victims, that data was irretrievably lost; 44 per cent could only restore part of their lost information.
Either party to a marriage can petition for divorce providing they can establish that the marriage has broken down irretrievably.
The 35-year-old musician has asked for divorce on the grounds that the marriage has broken down irretrievably, the Mirror reported.
While there is no disguising the fact that horses died in the race, leaving a dead and dying horse on the racecourse in full view of millions of casual once-a-year viewers has damaged the public perception of the race irretrievably.