not restorable

See: chronic
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Teeth were excluded when they were not restorable or if they had a perforated pulpal floor.
Carious teeth were restored, desensitising agents were prescribed for sensitivity where cervical abrasion were present as they were not restorable.
Ronan, Competency Restoration: An Examination of the Differences Between Defendants Predicted Restorable and Not Restorable to Competency, 27 L.
A: Dead heart muscle following a heart attack is replaced by scar tissue and is not restorable.
If however the legal functioning already was not restorable because, let us suppose one member of the deposit partnership died and no new member was registered within 3 months pursuant to the former regulation or within 6 months pursuant to the new regulation, then a final settlement was ordered by the Registry Court.
After research was completed on each of the buildings, the structures were demolished if they were determined not restorable.
In the worst case, if normal bowel function is not restorable, they may have to take one daily enema for the rest of their lives.
In case that the fair value of derivatives decline and the decline is not restorable, the difference between the previous book value and the fair value should be reported as investment impairment loss in the income statement.
I often see mowers that have been left out in the weather for years and are not restorable.