unexportable


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not suitable for export

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Scheuer works within the realm of American exceptionalism with one major qualification, "American democracy and republicanism are unique and largely unexportable.
The star of the show will certainly be a 16th century Hans Holbein "Madonna," until recently listed as one of Germany's unexportable paintings because of its artistic value.
As well as being a subtle, unexportable joke about the monochrome (it's the slogan of a UK household-paint manufacturer), the comment underlines the banality, even ludicrousness, of this "transcendent" work's ingredients.
This monetary policy also permitted investment in inventories of essential timber and cotton, and of colonial produce that was unexportable during several crises.
20) Many suggest that Bangladesh has basically become a dumping ground of India's otherwise unexportable products.
We'll probably have to burn the unexportable flowers.