What is an irretrievable loss in life

Translation of "an irretrievable loss" in English

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The report on the assessment of the management of the H1N1 flu epidemic in the EU in the period 2009-2010 highlights the statistically low severity that the disease had within Europe (in human terms, every death is an irretrievable loss).
The report on the management of H1N1 influenza in the EU during 2009-2010 highlights the low level of severity, in statistical terms, that the illness had within the European area (in human terms, each person who died is of irreplaceable loss).

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Every living species that disappears from the globe is a clearer and irretrievable loss, and if we allow biodiversity to be destroyed, we are destroying ourselves step by step.
Each living species that disappears from the face of the planet is at irreversible and irretrievable loss, and if we allow biodiversity to be destroyed, we are slowly but surely destroying ourselves.
The IBA and the monument protection authority are convinced that the bio towers would be demolished a big and irretrievable loss for the identity of the city of Lauchhammer and the memory of the first brown coal coking plant in Germany.
THE PROJECT'S PROGRESST the IBA and the monument preservation authorities believed that demolishing the Bio-Towers would represent a huge and irreplaceable loss to Lauchhammer's identity and to the memory of the first lignite coking plant in Germany.
The final clearing leads to one irretrievable loss an economic potential.
There was no feeling of one irretrievable loss.
of the Member State in which this complete destruction or this irretrievable loss has occurred
A hard drive failure can lead to irretrievable loss important data. In addition, Network Load Balancing stops along with the server and all other applications.
Disk failure can result in the irrecoverable loss of essential data, and will cause Network Load Balancing to stop functioning, along with the server and all its other applications.
In certain situations, time is of the essence and vaccinations are the only way to irretrievable losses to avoid.
"Large-scale digitization" would allow easy access for all to European cultural heritage as well as irretrievable loss prevent cultural content.
MEPs are backing a Commission plan to set up a European digital library as a direct access point to the European cultural heritage and stresses the importance of multilingual access to the databases.
Every closure of a shipyard means that irretrievable loss of expertise and skills for the Member States and the Union.
The closure of any shipyard represents of irreparable loss of expertise for the Member States and for the European Union.
the withdrawal of the company concerned from the market at a irretrievable loss important technical knowledge and skills or
the exit of the undertaking concerned from the market would lead to an irremediable loss of important technical knowledge or expertise; or
For each product, if applicable, the flat rate of the irretrievable losses due to the nature of the goods within the meaning of Article 864.
Indicate for each type of goods, where necessary, the standard rate of irretrievable loss due to the nature of the goods, admitted in accordance with Article 864.
"Large-scale digitization" would allow easy access for all to European cultural heritage as well as irretrievable loss Prevent cultural content, says an own-initiative report by the committee.
However, the committee's consultation report also inserts two new provisions to improve the portability of electoral rights within the EU: one on multiple candidatures and the other on deprivation of electoral rights.
the complete destruction or the irretrievable loss excise goods subject to tax suspension proceedings occurred,
where the total destruction or irretrievable loss of excise goods under a duty suspension arrangement has occurred;
Every closure of a shipyard means that irretrievable loss of expertise and skills for the Member States and the Union.
The closure of any shipyard represents an irreparable loss of expertise for the Member States and for the European Union.
For this reason, the rationalization in the flowering phase provides for a maximum availability of water resources (about a week) to one irretrievable loss to avoid production.
For this reason water resources need to be rationalized so that the greater part of available water is reserved for the flowering period (lasting about a week), in order to prevent irredeemable loss of production.
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