inapplicability


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irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand

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In general, the response coefficients were relatively larger at low concentrations, suggesting that the inapplicability of the deterministic reversible Hill equation under extreme conditions becomes stronger in the presence of noise.
Inevitably, a fundamental problem here is the inapplicability of the model in the country studies, a point that comes through in the editor's lengthy comparative chapter at the tail end of the book.
The author states that "the anti-Liberalist consensus has pushed the liberalist paradigm into an irretrievable hibernation by showing frangibility of its theoretical foundations and inapplicability of policy prescriptions".
AaAaAa Highlighting the inapplicability of the referendum with extreme options, the Moroccan delegation showed that the recourse to the referendum is rare in the UN practice, with most situations resolved through negotiations between the parties.
Khatchadourian argues that Wittgenstein's view of avowals as non-cognizable is due to a confusion related to the need for public criteria in initially fixing the meaning of psychological concepts and to the inapplicability of the concept of evidence to first person psychological avowals.
Our intellectuals and their liberal supporters abroad will keep chewing and regurgitating the cud of the lack of precision and the inapplicability of human rights instruments to the heirs of the holocaust till the whole issue gets vulgarized and enveloped in a haze of a delegitimizing discourse and accusations of anti-Semitism.
Worst of all, the initiatives were riddled with serious flaws, such as their self-contradiction and/or inapplicability to the situation.
The inapplicability of many precepts of both the center-left and center-right has had a similar effect, causing a retreat by many of their erstwhile supporters to the more comfortable zone of sectarianism.
a finding of infringement following the issuance of a Statement of Objections (Article 7); - interim measures (Article 8); - commitments (Article 9); and - a finding of inapplicability (Article 10) rejecting the complaints.
Another appeal dealing, inter alia, with the trial court's determination of the inapplicability of the Supreme Court's prior decision (discussed in note 17 of the article) is imminent.
Inapplicability to non-SCM services and the consequent need to maintain two (or more) allocation systems may limit the appeal of SSAs.
The inapplicability or the instability over time of generalizations concerning spiritual kinship finally leaves the reader pondering.
However, the presence of these factors alone may not suggest the inapplicability of ECDA over the entire pipeline.
IFA met with the staff of FASB and the SEC expressing concerns about line matter and requesting a deferral of the application of FIN 46, a clarification of the inapplicability of FIN 46 to franchise relationships and proposing the immediate suspension of the application pending the issuance of a clarifying statement from FASB.
In describing the inapplicability of the apportionment rules, the Court stated, "Section 1.