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  • n. The state or condition of being nonviable; impracticality.


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non- +‎ viability


  • It is a commonly apprehended truth that in the mixing of the colored with the white blood there is a projective nonviability to progeny which militates against the possible transmission of a vital and viable stamina and that a strict fidelity to the laws of physiology precludes any conscientious effort towards the settlement of the racial problem by amalgamation.

    The Woman's Era Vol. 3

  • The problem is the national security threat and economic nonviability of importing one billion dollars a day of crude oil for transit fuels.

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  • A painful economic crisis was inevitable in the early 1990s for reasons that had little to do with him—the macroeconomic bomb left behind by Gorbachev’s profligate money printing, the nonviability of much of Russian industry, and the plunging world oil price see Chapter 6.

    The Return

  • In Koch’s view, it was simply impossible to succeed in the effort, because of the nonviability of the assumption that all the relevant information could be brought to one place and integrated into a single framework.

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning


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