She argues that although our lives have been irrevocably altered, our most important institutions are not.
Just when the Putins left the Soviet Union, that country began to change drastically and irrevocably.
But America hasn't borne the full cost imposed by our irrevocably failed policy.
But with Tripoli finally plunged into the revolt, something in the country had irrevocably changed.
If you have to ask whether Star Trek is like Star Wars, you are horribly, irrevocably misguided.
Yet a vision of youth and beauty always made the Baroness unhappy, now that both blessings were irrevocably lost to her.
They had cut themselves off from the world, deliberately, irrevocably.
Suspicion, no matter whence the source, has irrevocably tarnished the brightness of his idol.
It seemed to her she should then be irrevocably bound to do the thing she had promised.
They were as irrevocably divided as though the seas of the entire world ran between them.