inapplicability


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in·ap·pli·ca·ble

 (ĭn-ăp′lĭ-kə-bəl, ĭn′ə-plĭk′ə-)
adj.
Not applicable: rules inapplicable to day students.

in·ap′pli·ca·bil′i·ty n.
in·ap′pli·ca·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inapplicability - irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand
irrelevance, irrelevancy - the lack of a relation of something to the matter at hand
applicability, pertinence, pertinency - relevance by virtue of being applicable to the matter at hand
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It is very queer, but not the less true, that people are generally quite as vain, or even more so, of their deficiencies than of their available gifts; as was Hepzibah of this native inapplicability, so to speak, of the Pyncheons to any useful purpose.
He further said the NCUA should not "hide behind a legal opinion regarding the supposed inapplicability of the APA, and disclose the OTR methodology without invoking an attorney-client or work-product privilege.
The EU expressed its commitment to ensure that - in line with international law - all agreements between the State of Israel and the EU must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
With reference to the tenements' law dated 26/06/2014, the Committee of Attorneys for the nullement of any changes or modifications in the said law, do hereby declare the inapplicability of the law without prior House of parliament and presidential reexamination and endorsement.
This means more funds will flow into specialty finance companies who have significant advantages in nimbleness and the inapplicability of punishing, bewildering and capital-destroying regulation.
In this EU position, dated 10 December 2012, all EU member states committed to ensure that, in line with international law, all agreements with the State of Israel " must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
Most important, problems tend to arise from inadvertent errors, they find, "not from any inherent inapplicability of mathematics to justice.
The EU has expressed its commitment to ensure that - in line with international law- all agreements between the State of Israel and the European Union must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
It contains a number of noteworthy contributions to the literature on piracy studies, ranging from an excellent chapter by one of the editors, John Kleinen (on the inapplicability of Eric Hobsbawn's radical and romantic thesis that bandits could be Robin Hoods), to the historical experience of piracy in Asia.
The inapplicability of the law affects all operators in the telecommunications industry, because they are denied equal playing ground in order to perform competitively.
The present results indicate that this inapplicability becomes even more likely in the presence of noise.
In this regard, Fassi Fihri, who recalled that the United Nations has, since 2004, noted the inapplicability of a referendum, challenged whoever to find in the resolutions of the UN Security Council any reference to the referendum, which remains a rare mechanism in the UN practice.