- n. A lack of availability.
“The situation is extremely challenging considering the fact that billions of dollars have been invested in building power plants but they can't be used to produce power due to nonavailability of coal," said Ravi Sharma , chief executive of Adani Power.”
“This is what people have been repeating for years as if they have been waiting for this train to hang on to it because of the congestion and the nonavailability of empty seats.”
“The availability of nonavailability of jobs (in industry) has been the dominating force.”
“When the military looks at pregnancy, it sees it as nonavailability.”
“We had more injuries and nonavailability among men than women in Saudi.”
“In addition to nonavailability, we determined that the lack of depot funding accounted for”
“The ability to use alternative substrates could also reduce problems of sporadic nonavailability of traditional starting materials.”
“I would say that because of the nonavailability of registrars that there would be a feeling that voter registration has leveled off.”
“May I respond by pointing out that in the population/resources crisis we are not ultimately concerned with scarcity but with exhaustion or nonavailability.”
“If essential witnesses will not be available, the reasons for nonavailability will be stated.”
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