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Its “irreconcilable dichotomy” of wanting to connect people to advance society but also enrich its bottom line.

Therein lies what the authors say is Facebook’s ugly truth, its “possibly irreconcilable” dual goals of advancing society by connecting the world while also profiting off the people it is connecting.

The last bill, passed Thursday afternoon, would enable federal regulators to sue to break up large tech companies when their role as operator of a platform presents an “irreconcilable conflict of interest” in their other lines of business.

Because we have returned to a normal relationship with Moscow — meaning we have harsh, and on some issues, irreconcilable differences but can imagine cooperating on some areas where we have overlapping vital interests.

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This difference in views between Manchin and much of the rest of the party may be irreconcilable.

Many argue that Beijing and Moscow have differing interests, and indeed, some of them are irreconcilable.

Politics in my old Kentucky home has, for centuries, been awash in irreconcilable contradictions.

Usher filed for divorce just three months later, citing irreconcilable differences.

Taylor filed for divorce on July 15, citing irreconcilable differences.

Taylor Armstrong, 40, had filed for divorce in July, citing irreconcilable differences.

Far from us be all spirit of persecution which would only serve to render them irreconcilable.

Every religion is but a system imagined for the purpose of reconciling irreconcilable ideas.

Some of these excellences are indeed irreconcilable and exclude each other; most of them can only be combined by a compromise.

You remember how in his letters to Fontana he abuses Camille Pleyel in a manner irreconcilable with genuine love and esteem.

The sentiments which your father has expressed towards me, are of a nature irreconcilable with hostile purposes.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irreconcilable, such as: implacable, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, inexorable, and uncompromising.

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