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  • adj. Alternative spelling of inviable.

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Examples

  • Right now, the most promising lead is that it involved the regulation of developmental processes, yet all attempts to change those early processes by mutation have resulted in unviable or infertile freaks.

    When Mixing Science and Theology is OK

  • A separate Palestinian state would most likely remain unviable and impoverished, whereas a "Jewish" state with a rising non-Jewish minority will increasingly be at odds with the principles of democracy and equality.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Blacks are expected to exercise their political ambitions in unviable, poverty-stricken, arid, bantustan homelands, ghettoes of misery, inexhaustible reservoirs of cheap black labor, bantustans into which South Africa is being balkanized.

    Desmond Tutu - Nobel Lecture

  • They also claimed that printing and binding would make such sized books economically unviable, which is a claim that had me blinking at its self-evident absurdity.

    Greasing the Wheel of Time for all it's worth

  • With a clock running down to a June 1 deadline that could push the company into bankruptcy protection, GM is using the unveiling to try and demonstrate that it retains prowess in new vehicle development having already seen its much-hyped Volt electric car described as unviable by the U.S. auto task force.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • Herefordshire's policy now is that all schools with under 60 on their roll are "unviable".

    Rural school closures: is 45 miles too far for children to travel?

  • The most interesting thing about the Zogby poll is he also applied the 15% viability rule and reallocated people who backed "unviable" candidates in their first round to their second choice.

    Poll: Statistically Tied Democratic Race In Iowa

  • He is dismissive of international advice, pointing out that Western experts told him his reconciliation plans were flawed and that his country was "unviable" economically.

    Africa’s New Path

  • Even the president's auto task force finds the electric Chevy Volt "unviable," since it will lose money unless priced above a Cadillac CTS.

    Fuel Standards Are Killing GM

  • By terminating the contract, the four made Teesside "unviable," Tata alleged.

    Corus May Shut U.K. Teesside Plant

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