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incapable of being navigated

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Do such relational ranges inevitably create unnavigable seas of gray?
Tropical storm Hermine stalled off the coast of Long Island for several days causing dangerous and unnavigable conditions in our local and offshore waters.
Our hearts are not unnavigable and unknowable: they bend to the tunes and rhythms we set for them.
Black Hawk Down shows the techno-machinic dominance of American modernity reduced to helplessness in the unnavigable, post-modern spaces of Mogadishu, and ends with the horribly ironic image of an African (American) soldier shooting and killing an African (Muslim) woman as she reaches for the weapon of a fallen comrade.
They allow Wallenstein to represent in the medium of his own language the tension between any interior self-division and the inherently exterior and unnavigable structures of life and activity in which he finds himself.
The depletion of resources for the state weed harvesting operation has caused parts of the lake to be unnavigable, and monitoring data has shown that the reduced weed harvests of recent years have reversed the long-term trend of improved water quality on the lake.
Torrential rain and unnavigable waters may have proved troublesome obstacles for Jonny Hawkins' rolling kayaking expedition through the jungles of Borneo, but on the positive side, they led to an unforgettable encounter
Zongo, DR Congo -- Imagine living in a place bigger than Germany and Belgium combined but with few or flooded roads, broken bridges and unnavigable rivers as your only link to supply lines.
Some machine-learning systems help users navigate an otherwise unnavigable search space.
But that isn't an excuse for creating your own unnavigable labyrinth of files, photos, and e-mails.
Without his guidance, for me and for the constituents he works with daily, the complexities of topics that need attention would be unnavigable.
It is the reason the captain "goes down with the ship," which the captain of Costa Lines Concordia which floundered and sank off Italy's West Coast near an island--in unnavigable waters--might be wishing he had done the night the giant liner rolled over.
It is the reason the captain "goes down with the ship," which the captain of Costa Lines Concordia which floundered and sank offItaly's West Coast near an island -- in unnavigable waters -- might be wishing he had done the night the giant liner rolled over.
The ship, after all, is an artificial construction that facilitates the movement of bodies through a space that would otherwise be unnavigable.