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not accessible or handy

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capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all

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not capable of being obtained

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Imagine that each purchaser kept her receipt, but somewhere inconvenient, and that REI had records of each purchase, but only inaccessibly located in a faraway storage facility.
Butts's essay foregroundsHaggard's ability in Cleopatra to conceptualizethe shadowy past not as inaccessibly alien; rather it is a vibrant reality which bolsters urgent personal and cultural imperatives.
It's also easy to do it inaccessibly. However, the WAI ignited a spark for accessibility and continues to be the primary chorus supporting our efforts to improve online accessibility for all.
Their approach to their material--which varies widely, as each contributor identifies and expounds upon a particular philosophical theme to be explored within the novel--reflects a shared exuberant energy, which, while varying in degree through individual writing voice, largely undercuts philosophy's stigmatization as ponderously dull or inaccessibly incomprehensible.
However, it is difficult to monitor the condition of most cables, as the damage can be invisible and inaccessibly located.
Ultimately, for Montaigne, 'Italy' and all it represents occupies a position much like that of the mad Tasso at Ferrara: it is a local attraction with great intellectual and cultural significance that resonates across space and time, but it remains hauntingly out of reach, tantalizingly available and yet inaccessibly locked away.
Stem cells derived from plucked hair follicles have been successfully reprogrammed into two very important and relatively inaccessibly tissues, neural cell, and cardiac cells [25].
"From the Sahel region stricken by the third drought in recent years, to unrest in the Middle East, to communities whose imported staple foods have become inaccessibly expensive, WFP delivers life-saving food assistance where it is needed most," he added.
Eliminating rules is not the answer to the problem of inaccessibly complex law, because the rules reflect our collective decisions on how to achieve social goals.
This liquidity might otherwise reside inaccessibly on traders' blotters.
In addition, the copious notes function almost as an academic commentary on the main text but they are situated somewhat inaccessibly at the end rather than at the foot of each page.
How could it be that a man like Lee--"a character that in its kind stands supreme in all history" ("Untitled," Princeton MS 30)--was so historically close, yet inaccessibly distant?
When the call first came, I wanted to Contact Chuck to pah pah pah form my verbal disasters oh so poetically and disturbingly and inaccessibly and off-puttingly and uncomfortably and uncertainly and disruptively and ineffectually and all that could be expected of a poetic intervention of the smallest order.