use irretrievably in a sentence.
It's funny how everyone claims the system works when it elects the candidate they support, and that it's irretrievably broken when it doesn't.
The biggest advantage of Git's storage model is imo the reflog- I have irretrievably lost work to Mercurial Queues, and that's virtually impossible in Git.
My main problem with sshfs lately has been that on a flakey connection it sometimes hangs irretrievably, often taking out the process trying to use it (usually emacs.
I wouldn't call irretrievably wiping out all the backups of my primary hard drive in order to make room to back up a media drive that I just mounted a "backup trimming problem.
I'm not suggesting that their underlying architecture was irretrievably broken, I'm saying that it just wasn't ready for consumers when it was released, and it thus deservedly acquired a bad reputation.
With most paid services a user could also inadvertently delete their data irretrievably.
I don't know if "irretrievably", but I think almost everyone is psychologically damaged in some way or another.
IIRC, there are some bitcoins that have been irretrievably lost because it was sent to an invalid key.
You would think this, but the quantum erasure experiment appears to demonstrate that a photon which has been marked so as to determine its path and then subsequently randomly unmarked so as to irretrievably destroy that information once again displays interference.