unuseable


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not capable of being used

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Despite significant progress over a relatively short period of time, East Asia's financial safety net still appears unuseable. Further reforms are necessary in order to make the CMIM workable should a crisis hit the region, especially if resources are scarce in the event of a global meltdown.
The Norwegian connection was to have continued with some Delius, but in the event the orchestral parts provided by the publishers in the composer's sesquicentenary year proved scandalously unuseable.
Forty-eight of the responses indicated that the company was not currently manufacturing WPM, and five of the responses were unuseable for analysis purposes because they were not filled out appropriately.
Reasons for the unuseable data were one patient had a large V wave, one patient was very agitated while measuring his pulmonary wedge pressure and his respiratory rate was up to 30 breaths per minute and he required sedation, one patient's PA catheter was not able to wedge and, one patient was resting on his left lateral position while the data were collected.
The organs were unuseable when donated but were repaired with a perfusion technique, where an oxygenated solution is pumped over them.
In short, the data is unuseable. In 2005, the European Union's Employment Committee decided it was 'necessary to draw up and publish a structural indicator of vacant posts in order to be able to identify skill shortages'.
Iran will be sanctioned for its enrichment and left with unuseable weapons.
Refurbished computers may have negative connotations because people confuse them with privately donated units which may be outdated and therefore unuseable, explains Willie Cade, CEO of the Chicago-based non-profit Computers for Schools.
Most units avoid it because of the mistaken impression it is too difficult to set up, requires highly skilled operators, or is so effected by atmospheric conditions that it is unuseable. Believing this, the Army was aggressive in implementing tactical satellite systems to solve long-range battlefield communications requirements.
"The current bins are easily moved by vandals and are regularly smashed and left unuseable," a council report said.
In fact it's deserted and windswept, mostly unuseable because of that wretched clock.
President Hotel manager Ramon Martinez claims carpets in corridors over two floors have been damaged, leaving rooms unuseable.
The situation must be egregious--an unuseable floor, sewage in the basement--and the tenant needs plenty of proof.
Often a container of product is shipped after many months of careful negotiations and discussions of specifications only to arrive with major problems destined to render the products unuseable to consumers.
Hooves--these are one of the biggest things because a lame horse is a unuseable horse.