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Word: irreconcilable

Definition: impossible to reconcile; incompatible; not able to be resolved


Sentences Containing 'irreconcilable'

Almost two years after they married, they filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
An expedient was therefore offered, “that since words are only names for things, it would be more convenient for all men to carry about them such things as were necessary to express a particular business they are to discourse on.” And this invention would certainly have taken place, to the great ease as well as health of the subject, if the women, in conjunction with the vulgar and illiterate, had not threatened to raise a rebellion unless they might be allowed the liberty to speak with their tongues, after the manner of their forefathers; such constant irreconcilable enemies to science are the common people.
Between these two irreconcilable conclusions: the one, that what I felt was general and unavoidable; the other, that it was particular to me, and might have been different: I balanced curiously, with no distinct sense of their opposition to each other.
Controversy regarding irreconcilable differences with the current and former group directors led to the division into two distinctive - yet equally impressive - Quilapayún ensembles: one in Chile (named: Quilapayún-Histórico) and one in France (named: Quilapayún-France).
Due to irreconcilable differences with the publisher, Moore resigned from Dalkey in 1996, and continued in the book trade by joining Borders Books and Music later that year.
On December 11, 2008, Young filed for divorce after 15 months of marriage citing irreconcilable differences; the official date of separation in the divorce petition was listed as November 22.
On May 6, 2012, Lindsay filed for divorce from Justin in the Los Angeles County Superior Court citing "irreconcilable differences."
Starr exhaustively details the irreconcilable inconsistencies that take place within Verne's "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", and its companion novel, "The Mysterious Island" (which likewise features the character of Captain Nemo).
The idea that "all" geological strata were produced by a single flood was rejected in 1837 by theologian Buckland who wrote: Some have attempted to ascribe the formation of all the stratified rocks to the effects of the Mosaic Deluge; an opinion which is irreconcilable with the enormous thickness and almost infinite subdivisions of these strata, and with the numerous and regular successions which they contain of the remains of animals and vegetables, differing more and more widely from existing species, as the strata in which we find them are placed at greater depths.
This is not correct. If such mistakes are made, it is highly probable that the auditors while undertaking physical verification of assets will notice irreconcilable differences.
Universal Music Australia released a statement explaining that Ross departed the band first due to "irreconcilable personal and musical differences" and was followed almost immediately by Heskett who was not willing to continue as part of a new line-up.
Victor Hugo's "Châtiments", Rochefort's "Lanterne", the subscription for the monument to Baudin, the deputy killed at the barricades in 1851, followed by Léon Gambetta's speech against the Empire on the occasion of the trial of Delescluze, soon showed that the republican party was irreconcilable.

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