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- adj. Unable to be corrected
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being corrected.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of being controlled or managed
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If you know that your station has some kind of uncorrectable error should the data be thrown out?
A system that needs to be highly reliable in the presence of unavoidable transient hardware faults, such as uncorrectable errors caused by cosmic particle strikes, may require hardware support for checkpoint recovery so that upon detection the execution can be restarted from an earlier correct state.
The absolute contraindications for laparoscopic surgery include uncorrectable coagulopathy, intestinal obstruction, abdominal wall infection, and suspected malignant ascites.
Trying to work with our flawed governmental system despite its uncorrectable flaws, or trying to contain the damage that system does to the rest of our society.
Minorities in this country have achieved their communal and collective objectives by working the system as they redefine it, and gaining support and power by courageous but peaceful confrontation with injustices, by use of the law and the political system, and not by rejecting the system as inherently corrupt and uncorrectable.
MCA allows recovery from uncorrectable memory errors that typically would bring down a server, said Michael Applebaum, Novell senior solutions marketing manager.
Since it requires days to produce due to the wax processes, and since errors made are uncorrectable and require that the cloth be washed and re-used, he considers his works in batik to be as or more important than his watercolors.
Election time in America, Stimulus Checks, gasoline tax cut, unfortunately they almost never work – knee jerk action to correct the uncorrectable.
How did things get so very out of hand and, yet, at times, seem so very uncorrectable?
[Add to that] the separation from family, the enforced celibacy and enforced sobriety and uncorrectable disruption of social lives.
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