- Latin inoperari to effect; prefix in- in + operari to operate. (Wiktionary)
“So, we challenge both parties and election officials to stand for the people ... and not make them stand unnecessarily or even lose their vote because you chose to follow the last resort directive instead of the first and preferable line of support and LAW ... one machine down and call for emergency paper ballots (counted on election night) if it appears that machine inoperation is causing or will cause problems.”
“The presence of all those machines, despite their inoperation, clinically suggested a stressful situation conducive to unpleasant complexes.”
“When the democrats returned to power in 1900, they at once began to tamper wth the school law that we had put inoperation, and in a great measure lessened its effectiveness.”
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