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- adj. not able to be resolved
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being resolved, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not easily solved
- adj. not capable of being resolved
An hour came and went, and suddenly the issue was "unresolvable," and I was "a journalist up to trouble."
IMO, that's a bad thing, but it's not any kind of unresolvable crisis.
The same prospect of litigation over unresolved — and perhaps unresolvable — scientific arguments was among the reasons that the accusations of lying in [an earlier case] were deemed to be nonactionable.
Again, the emphasis on youth seems to be a proxy for unresolvable personality issues with the established names.
For Lincoln saw an unresolvable tension between the Constitution of a democratic republic and the policies of aggrandizement and intemperate self-interest that lead from the manners of freedom to the slavish love of power.
It has outlived the Cold War, Vietnam, 2 Iraq wars and seems to unresolvable.
"For .ly domains to be unresolvable, the five .ly root servers that are authoritative *all* have to be offline, or responding with empty responses," he said.
But perhaps its phenomenal success really only proves that, whether in Bangkok or Baldock, people everywhere love to escape from the real world, with all its unresolvable dilemmas and random irritants, into a realm where reason rules supreme, and where every problem has a perfect solution — even if the process of finding it leaves us frothing with frustration.
For that matter, is there any reason to think that while aligning some interests in controlling leverage, this proposal either creates other unintended perverse incentives, or perhaps creates other kinds of possibly unresolvable conflicts of interest between these three parties (and potentially the existing shareholders as well).
You can argue till you are blue in the face whether or not a rock has the center of the Earth as its goal, but ultimately that question is (a) unresolvable and (b) inconsequential.