unworkable


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Synonyms for unworkable

Synonyms for unworkable

not capable of happening or being done

incapable of being used or availed of to advantage

Synonyms for unworkable

not capable of being carried out or put into practice

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BREEDING CODE Critics say many of the changes to the welfare code for birds for shooting are unworkable
Gillett said: "This partnership has been unworkable for some time.
Writing for the majority, Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin justified this decision by noting that "over time, courts increasingly came to recognize that morals and taste were subjective, arbitrary and unworkable in the criminal context.
Roof House (AR October 2001) gave us the naughty-but-nice example of the balustrade-free sloping roof terrace, subsequently copied by many misguided European students where the idea would be completely unworkable.
Instead of suing like it's counterpart NEA, the American Federation of Teachers has launched an intense campaign aimed at fixing what it considers unfair and unworkable aspects of the No Child Left Behind act.
Kyl recently commented that such a carve-out would be unworkable, because of the difficulty in defining a small business.
As I write, the National Conference of State Legislatures has just decreed that the federal No Child Left Behind act is an unconstitutional, unworkable, and undesirable federal power grab that should be rolled back--while the National Governors Association has made the contrary suggestion that NCLB's core principles and mechanisms be extended to cover high schools.
It's a fascinating area of research," he says, "but it is unworkable at this point.
An EU proposal, which would require chemical manufacturers to prove the safety of more than 50,000 chemicals if they are to stay on the EU market, was criticized as being costly, unworkable and a potentially major disruption to global trade.
That project proved unworkable and the land where the apartment building was to be constructed has instead been designated as a new community gar den.
They way the FA operates is unpractical and unworkable for a business that turns over pounds 200 million.
February) is certainly enraging, his alternative--putting airlines and airports in the business of providing security and punishing them with crippling lawsuits if they fail to deliver it--seems unworkable and unfair.
One of the main fields Ueda and other staff at the WHO Kobe Centre are working on is a new paradigm to replace the increasingly unworkable PHC model.
Last year CalCPA was successful in persuading legislators that a similar mandate was unworkable.
McFadden was commissioned to make the "Foyer de Danse" sets and costumes, but they were so unworkable that they were ditched a few years later; the work itself wasn't good enough to be cannibalized, never mind repeated.