impracticable


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Synonyms for impracticable

Synonyms for impracticable

not capable of happening or being done

incapable of being used or availed of to advantage

Synonyms for impracticable

not capable of being carried out or put into practice

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KARACHI: Wholesalers of Jodia Bazaar have reacted strongly against the newly issued price list of essential commodities by the City District Government Karachi (CDGK), terming it flawed and impracticable.
The IRS was not persuaded that it was administratively impracticable for the business to account properly for an employer-provided holiday gift coupon.
Colonel Thomas A Beckett was challenged that the Royal Military Police were set an "impossible and impracticable task".
And, like Don Quixote, it approached its enterprise in the most impracticable way imaginable.
The prospect of having a large number of wheelie bins blocking the pavement in a street full of cars is utterly impracticable.
Whenever the idea has been raised before, it has usually been dismissed as impracticable - but is it?
Brussels -- Comments are being sought from companies whose designs would either be rendered impracticable by RoHS-banned substances or where the negative environmental and consumer safety impacts caused by switching would outweigh the benefits.
A reverse exchange allows you to take advantage of these tax benefits in situations where a forward exchange would be impracticable.
Under the directive, these metals can be used if alternatives are "technically or scientifically impracticable, or where the negative environmental, health and/or consumer safety impacts caused by substitution outweigh the .
This Statement requires retrospective application to prior periods' financial statements of changes in accounting principle, unless it is impracticable to determine either the period-specific effects or the cumulative effect of the change.
Statement 154 requires retrospective application to prior periods' financial statements of a voluntary change in accounting principle unless it is impracticable.
Severe weather conditions have impeded travel to the Conference, making it impracticable for the Company to complete its planned presentation.
In short, the distressed supplier can argue that it has become impracticable to perform under a contract because the inputs have become too expensive.
This conclusion appears to hinge primarily on a finding that it is not administratively impracticable to account for the coupon because a value can be determined.