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- adj. Unable to be processed; unsuitable for processing
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He expected one this advanced to ignore him, or to reject the input as unprocessable, or possibly to demand elaboration.
How darkly ironic and unprocessable for an early-eighties tween was that?
Now it is an expanse of informal remembrance - not only of those lost, but of those left behind trying to make sense, nearly a decade later, of the unprocessable.