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irreconcilable differences

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishirreconcilable differencesirreconcilable differencesstrong disagreements between two people who are married, given as a legal reason for getting a divorce irreconcilable
Examples from the Corpus
irreconcilable differencesThey want us to believe irreconcilable differences are the reason she filed for divorce?The subjective nature of measuring program effectiveness may lead to irreconcilable differences between the review staff and program management.As soon as the meeting began, however, irreconcilable differences emerged.The principal advocates of the works, however, often present irreconcilable differences in both interpretation and methods of advocacy.
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