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Synonyms for incompatibility

Synonyms for incompatibility

Synonyms for incompatibility

the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

(immunology) the degree to which the body's immune system will try to reject foreign material (as transfused blood or transplanted tissue)

the quality of being unable to exist or work in congenial combination

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In this case report, a newborn who developed indirect hyperbilirubinemia due to incompatibility of E antigen, which is one of the minor blood groups, is presented because of the rarity of such cases, and minor blood group incompatibilities due to anti-E are reviewed.
During these procedures the Parliament called into question the very concept of dissuasiveness of the sanctions deriving from the incompatibility regime for MPs and tried to introduce new texts supposed to make inapplicable certain procedures before the National Integrity Agency and, also, tried to restrict NIA's special competencies related to MPs' incompatibilities. After six months of parliamentary procedure, after two Presidential requirements of revising the law and three Constitutional Court's decisions amending the texts adopted by the Parliament, the modification of Law no.
But if I must quibble with Lopez's "incompatibilities" between Buddhism and science, I stand in awe of what he describes as Buddha's "counter-evolutionary" and "radical challenge to the way we see the world." He finds that challenge encapsulated in the two core teachings of wisdom and compassion.
Randomized, 116 infants with ABO and/or (1999) [25] prospective Rh incompatibilities who trial presented with significant hyperbilirubinemia, included 93 with ABO incompatibility, 16 with Rh incompatibility, 7 with ABO+Rh incompatibilities Tanyer et al.
Well, some might say, that was then and this is now, and such potentially lethal incompatibilities will never happen in our wise new world.
I'm afraid you may have to face the painful truth that your incompatibilities are too great - and loving each other isn't enough.
These issues bring up the contradictions and incompatibilities of our basic thinking.
Wolbachia-induced incompatibility precedes other hybrid incompatibilities in Nasonia.
The problems involving widespread data element sharing lie in proprietary system incompatibilities, in the electronic exchange of data and in security issues.
They argue that inherent incompatibilities between Christian and Muslim civilizations can only result in a great clash.
But even if one company does manage to find another like-minded entity, other problems arise with incompatibilities in computer platforms, software, time, distance, speed and language.
With 40 to 50 programs installed, I've encountered only a few minor incompatibilities. There are also new music and multimedia features, the task bar is better organized and zip compression and fax services are built-in so you no longer need to purchase and install separate zip compression or fax utilities.
And just as the individual, prevented from affirming and reconciling the complexities and incompatibilities of its own tangled identity, cannot achieve the self-recognition that must precede true healing, so our collective will is sapped by our national organism's need to refuse to publicly acknowledge its own immensely destructive alter ego.
The collagen structure of the ingredient is similar to that of human skin and the native character is maintained after processing, virtually eliminating incompatibilities. The collagen content exceeds 90%.
Joint adoption ensures consistency in standards, reducing the potential for incompatibilities that undermine data exchanges and impede progress toward more effectively integrated supply chains.