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  • n. The condition of being unreachable


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un- +‎ reachability


  • "Ideals" are a Greek rather than biblical concept, and their very airy perfection and unreachability makes it all too easy for us to sacrifice them in the world of the "real" as we understand it at the time.

    Dr. David P. Gushee: Loyalty and Passion in the American Christian Torture Debate

  • And worse than contempt: who among us has not seen that sudden, glassy-eyed unreachability, that withdrawal, stealing over a face?

    Beating My Head on the Genre Wall - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games

  • I filled him in on my morning, concluding with Abbys unreachability, and my lament over causing Liv business problems.

    Fat Chance

  • He was good-looking, in a bony kind of way, very elegant in his black robe, but it was his air of unreachability that was so utterly electrifying.

    A Monstrous Regiment of Women

  • ICMPv6 not only provides the functionality that's in IPv4 ICMP, such as conveying unreachability or performing ping, but also includes Neighbor Discovery, the IPv6 replacement for ARP, and more.

    Ars Technica

  • As the remaining address space approaches zero, it is likely that people will experience unreachability of sites and networks as well as more instability in IPv4 routing. '


  • So it looks like the failure of my own account was due to the complexity of its group memberships, the unreachability of the referenced domains and the inability of the AD plug in to handle all that elegantly.



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