- n. Plural form of incompatibility.
“A measure that results in less wasted time for doctors and nurses, less duplicated testing, less unnecessary testing, fewer complications due to drug allergies or incompatibilities is going to be worth even a high pricetag up front.”
“All you people ratting on Antec saying the incompatibilities are their problem and all, did you ever contact the motherboard manufacturer or check your requirements?”
“And if you were criticizing them for an excessive dependence on vertical integration / lock-in through artificial "incompatibilities," then I would completely agree with you.”
“(maybe longer) can still be used today with little, if any, "incompatibilities".”
“incompatibilities" between him and the average man and woman.”
“Just about any production automobile made in the last 50 years (maybe longer) can still be used today with little, if any, 'incompatibilities'. ”
“I was excited about the possibilities, but worried that there might be some incompatibilities.”
“Money differences or incompatibilities are just a symptom of some underlying dynamic, not the cause.”
“Now let me take a look at some specific examples where these contrasting notions on the sources of knowledge lead to incompatibilities in their comprehension of the nature of reality.”
“Google sought to address questions and complaints about Android, including the fact that some wireless carriers and handset makers are slow to update devices with Google's latest software or make changes that create incompatibilities among different hardware.”
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