Recent Examples of unrecoverable from the Web
In 1949, a military review board declared Lyle's remains unrecoverable.
Without the grocery chain, the hole left for the local non-profit community might have been unrecoverable, said Lake County Area United Way President Lisa Daugherty.
Patterson said that after U.S. war graves registration officials couldn't find his body because of the erroneous information from the unit’s commander, Nininger was deemed unrecoverable.
The experiences of Njinga’s subjects—enslaved, sacrificed, or dragooned into endless wars—remain sadly unrecoverable.
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