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- As I walked toward the locker room, I thought about how I feared things being irrevocably finished.Chapter 3.30 (22% in)
- There was a sense both of power and of suffering in rendering such irrevocably final decisions.Chapter 4.41 (35% in)
- I had made an irrevocable tactical error and regretted it as soon as I had spoken.Chapter 4.41 (68% in)
- This action is irrevocable and I am doing it in the best interest of the school and yourself.Chapter 4.47 (22% in)
There are no more uses of "irrevocable" in The Lords of Discipline.
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