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  • as inirremediable
  • as inhopeless

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How to use unmitigable in a sentence

According to the SAGE minutes, the panel said measures would be “urgently needed” to mitigate the effects of its proposed interventions on the poorest members of society.
THE U.K. GOVERNMENT’S SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS TOLD IT WEEKS AGO TO INTRODUCE A NATIONAL LOCKDOWN. IT IGNORED THEM.DAVID MEYEROCTOBER 13, 2020FORTUNE
The good news is that 50,000 Floridians registered to vote during the extended hours, mitigating some of the damage.
A CRASHED VOTER REGISTRATION WEBSITE IS FLORIDIANS’ LATEST OBSTACLE TO THE RIGHT TO VOTESARA MORRISONOCTOBER 9, 2020VOX
Facebook, which through its collection of apps reaches the vast majority of the US population, has again launched a new slew of initiatives to mitigate the harm misinformation on its platforms can cause.
FACEBOOK TO PAUSE ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING—AFTER THE ELECTIONKATE COXOCTOBER 8, 2020ARS TECHNICA
We’re looking to contact-tracing processes to mitigate further spread of the disease.
VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: HIGHLIGHTS AND FACT-CHECKSCOLBY ITKOWITZ, ANNE GEARAN, MATT VISER, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNEROCTOBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
You suggest a lot of ideas to mitigate global warming—adding dust to the atmosphere, slowing the glaciers’ flow, and “carbon coins,” which reward carbon sequestration, and would be traded on currency markets.
KIM STANLEY ROBINSON HOLDS OUT HOPE - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENLIZ GREENEOCTOBER 7, 2020NAUTILUS
Our companies already prioritize these values by fighting to protect public lands and waters, increase access to the outdoors, mitigate climate change, and restore our economy.
OUTDOOR INDUSTRY LEADERS: WHY WE’RE GIVING OUR EMPLOYEES THE RESOURCES TO VOTEJAKEMETHOCTOBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
As a result, these compliance officers are becoming increasingly harder to come by, though companies like Mustache have been able to mitigate the impact by having all of its production team members become certified in covid compliance, Maudsley said.
‘WE’VE RAMPED BACK UP’: DIGITAL AND BRANDED VIDEO PRODUCTIONS BEGIN TO RETURN TO NORMALTIM PETERSONOCTOBER 1, 2020DIGIDAY
This entails undertaking due diligence to identify, prevent, mitigate, and account for human rights abuses with any associations to their business.
AS PALANTIR GOES PUBLIC, CONSIDER ITS TROUBLING HUMAN RIGHTS RECORDJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 30, 2020FORTUNE
San Diego Unified’s plan, which brings back the district’s most vulnerable students first, is designed to mitigate that effect.
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SETS A DATE FOR PHASE ONE REOPENINGWILL HUNTSBERRYSEPTEMBER 30, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The proposal is part of its “Privacy Sandbox” initiative that looks to replace the functionality served by cross-site tracking using privacy-focused technologies that mitigate workarounds such as fingerprinting and network-level tracking.
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