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unimplementable

Definitions

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  • adjective Impossible to implement.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mantashe described the ruling as "unimplementable" - and added that the arguments in the case were "very superficial".

    News24 Top Stories

  • Mantashe described the ruling as "unimplementable" -- and added that the arguments in the case were "very superficial".

    Guardian Online

  • Mantashe described the ruling as "unimplementable" -- and added that the arguments in the case were "very superficial".

    Guardian Online

  • Mantashe described the ruling as "unimplementable" - and added that the arguments in the case were "very superficial".

    News24 Top Stories

  • When necessary the PMA voiced its opposition to certain policies it believed were "unimplementable" in terms of its democratic right of free speech.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Decisions which went against the grain of Zulu culture would be "unimplementable".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Although some have dismissed the Green Book as nonsense, the fault with Gadhafi's ideology is that, like Marxism, it is unimplementable and false, not that it is incoherent.

    Gadhafi's Utopian Ideology

  • Sushma told me that the US consideration of similar measures had just failed, as it was 'unimplementable'.

    UK 'extraordinarily naive' over Canada's tar sands lobbying | Damian Carrington

  • Unfortunately, the FairTax is basically unimplementable as proposed.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Licensing Protects Competitors, Not Consumers

  • Martin Lee, who helped draft the Basic Law, considers the article an attempt by the Communist Party to seek legitimization to rule Hong Kong and argues such an event could "render one country, two systems totally unimplementable."

    Hong Kong Freedom Fight

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