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Scientists tell us that we have to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by about half this decade to avoid irreversible, catastrophic effects of climate change.
Large-scale theft of data like Social Security numbers could create irreversible damage to political and social systems.
If we don’t act now, the harm that we are doing to the planet will be irreversible.
For the past two years, we’ve partnered with Gavi, the global vaccine alliance, to ship vaccines with sensors that can detect breaks in the cold chain before they lead to irreversible damage.
The always capricious dynamic between advertisers and agencies is going through its latest set of twists and turns as both groups experience irreversible changes to their respective businesses caused by the coronavirus crisis.
All was over of hope: and the particulars seemed immaterial, since the catastrophe was as irreversible as it was afflicting.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
In His case, as in the case of others, judgment follows death,judgment irreversible on the things done in the body.
By the social code, sin between man and woman can never be blotted out, as assuredly it is the most irreversible of facts.
BYRONRICHARD EDGCUMBE
We know that in virtue of Carnot's principle physical phenomena are irreversible and the world tends toward uniformity.
Life is an irreversible process and for that reason its future can never be a repetition of the past.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN

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