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  • adj. Impossible to calculate.


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un- +‎ calculable


  • When Plaid look back on this decade they will see that ousting Wigley was the single biggest catastrophe of their Assembly history, and a cost that is uncalculable - i.e. they woul; dn; t have got so badly trounced in 2003, the Labour hegermony would have ended in 1999, allowing Plaid to build and spread, and the Tories would have been comfortably in 3rd place, rather than neck and neck.

    Poll shows One Wales support grows

  • There is no doubt that the negative consequeces for their business and personal lives will uncalculable.

    Unspinning the spin

  • The output would definitely still be more random than any computer RNG, but it might have a very uneven and uncalculable distribution, and as you doubtless know a predictable distribution is almost as important to an RNG as the unpredictability of the individual values.

    We are as worms - The Panda's Thumb

  • Steel seems to agree that Kennedy did have to get the missiles out, that this sudden upsetting of the world's balance would bring on uncalculable events even though the Soviets did not intend a sudden, surprise attack.

    An Exchange on the Missile Crisis

  • But suppose we have a chance of flying to others we can measure the length and breadth of, and staving off thereby an uncalculable unknown?

    Somehow Good

  • The results of life are uncalculated and uncalculable.

    Essays: Second Series (1844)

  • Except sometimes you can actually prove that things are inherently uncalculable. what's new online!

  • With millions of tons of carbon and (more to come) and uncalculable ammounts of oxygen burned

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • Looking from abroad it's a pure commercial stunt in a water where just a couple of weeks ago 8 crew of the Bourbon Dolphin lost their lives obviously due to uncalculable responds by sea and boats.

    Greenpeace UK - Comments

  • He stopped the premeditated attempt of the Bush White House to restart the cold war with Russia (the consequences of which would have been uncalculable in its negativity and would have broken the already over extended back of a weakened US).

    The Guardian World News


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