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- adj. Not feasible.
Pazner E. 1979, “Equity, nonfeasible alternatives and social choice: A reconsideration of the concept of social welfare”, in Laffont (ed.).
They tend to take the wholly nonfeasible position that threat of lawsuit alone is enough to keep businesses from screwing individuals.
Silicon-silicon bonds are much weaker than the corresponding carbon-carbon bonds, and unlike carbon-carbon bonds, they are susceptible to oxidation making them nonfeasible for advanced life.
The NFLPA researched the possibility of providing long-term insurance for players but found it nonfeasible.
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