impracticable


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not capable of happening or being done

incapable of being used or availed of to advantage

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not capable of being carried out or put into practice

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As that appears impracticable, it could trigger an unprecedented activation of rules allowing member states to reimpose controls on internal Schengen frontiers for up to two years.
HYDERABAD -- Calling them impracticable Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, on Wednesday disclosed that the Rangers two demands - installation of CCTV cameras and Bio-Metric system - could not be fulfilled due to multiple reasons, saying if they were met will become a precedent for the upcoming general elections.
In conclusion, to the extent an obligor is considering offering a Declaration and such action is deemed impracticable or impossible, the obligor should be aware that the envisaged remedy under the Declaration may be set aside and it may face a potential monetary exposure in the form of compensation.
A blanket speed limit of 20mph will not only be impossible to police and enforce, but also, impracticable to abide by.
President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev believes the Parliament's requirement to increase share of Kyrgyzstan in joint venture Kumtor up to 67% is impracticable. "This decision was obviously impossible.
The European Commission's proposal to regulate money market funds (MMFs), which is currently on the agenda of the European Parliament's Committee of Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON), has been dismissed as "economically infeasible, operationally complex and impracticable" by ICI Global, a trade organisation focused on regulatory, market and other issues for global investment funds.
On the other hand, they are extremely impracticable bridges.
19 June 2013 - US pay-TV provider Dish Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) said it had not made a revised offer for takeover target Sprint Nextel Corp (NYSE:S) by the 18 June deadline imposed by Sprint, as it considered such a move to be impracticable.
These conditions are impracticable. And in general, nobody should be throwing ultimatums around," Lavrov said at a news conference after talks with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla.
While we have long hoped to mine Reko Diq, as is Tethyan's right, the conduct of Pakistan and Balochistan has made that goal impracticable, Tim Livesey, Tethyan Chief Executive, said.
A pavement wash is impracticable. So, just what does one do?
"He loved dogs and always kept one, until poor health in recent years made it impracticable." Mr Patrick was a veteran of the epic and successful six-month strike of technical staff at the large Huddersfield valve manufacturers Hopkinsons' in the seventies against the victimisation of union convener Granville Clay, then national President of AUEW-TASS.
14 September 2011 -- Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) has rejected pressure by the British government to block unlawful file-sharing websites from the list of search results, insisting that blocking entire websites would be impracticable, the Financial Times reported.
Lib Dem MP John Hemming said 75,000 people had named the player on Twitter and that it would be "obviously impracticable to imprison them all," for breaking a High Court injunction.
Lib Dem John Hemming told the Commons: "With 75,000 people naming Ryan Giggs on Twitter, it's impracticable to jail them all." Experts say the star spent about pounds 200,000 on his privacy bid.