impracticability


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The Proposed Regulations Raise Impracticability Concerns for Many Taxpayers
The original Southern Agrarians often proposed economic or political programs that met with the same charges of vagueness and impracticability as those of their intellectual descendants today.
(99) The Court further argued that the standard for deviation from the ordinary rules would require a showing of impracticability by the agency in question.
KPC said the news reports lacked accurate marketing and economic factors regarding operations in oil markets, and how Kuwait was reducing crude oil exports to markets because of economic impracticability. KPC's reduction of crude oil exports have been coordinated with US and European clients, it said.
The impracticability of Plowshares actions is a concern activists should consider, said David Cortright, director of policy studies at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and an expert in nonviolent social change and nuclear disarmament.
Commonsense should have alerted these so-called contractors of the impracticability of demanding payments for contracts alleged as fraudulent and under the scrutiny of the anti-graft agency.
Similar results were obtained with pacu larvae, Piaractus mesopotamicus (TESSER et al., 2005) and beta Betta splendens, (FOSSE et al., 2013), fed exclusively on inert food since the beginning of exogenous feeding, culminating in total mortality or commercial impracticability of adopting this practice.
In surgical treatment, intramedullary nail fixation has been recommended [2], and plates were previously chosen as the fixation device owing to the technical impracticability of nailing due to bowing of the femur or cortex thickening [7].
Thus, the IMA can be used to directly measure relevant properties at the ultrastructural and molecular level in patients with high PWV, overcoming the impracticability of obtaining vascular tissue from the PWV pathway.
It is noted that if the aqueous phase and organic phase have little density differences, the gravity-based settling will be impracticability. However, this problem can be effectively solved by the introduction of the centrifugal extraction technique, by which it can significantly enhance the extraction efficiency and velocity.
Geoengineering ideas, often halfway between sci-fi and impracticability, have been circulating for years, such as building giant geostationary umbrellas in space, painting all of the world's roofs in reflective white, or 'fertilising' oceans with iron particles in order to promote C[O.sub.2]-feeding phytoplankton.
Findings: The study showed major flaws with the manual procedures for data quality checks in health and demographic surveillance systems, and the impracticability of using the manual method in systems where data collection is predominantly electronic.
With such powerful and obvious motives to union, affecting all parts of our country, while experience shall not have demonstrated its impracticability, there will always be reason to distrust the patriotism of those who in any quarter may endeavor to weaken its bands.