If every confectioner went buzzing about the world banging against everything that came in his way and egotistically calling upon everybody to take notice that he was going to his work and must not be interrupted, the world would be quite an unsupportable
LegitScript's President, John Horton, said, "We're issuing this report because the DEA continues to take the unsupportable
position that the rogue Internet pharmacy is all-but-solved.
The ASA also said that it would extend a name-and-shame policy to expose the firms that make unsupportable
However, the obligation does not extend to maintenance to the degree that the highway is without defects at all locations at all times, as this would be unsupportable
from public funds.
The police constable made unsupportable
assumptions based on what he could see at the property and what he was told by the officer who had attended earlier in the evening.
Not having to rely on local contractors for solid waste disposal gives commanders the flexibility to operate in terrain which would be otherwise unsupportable
plus means they can proactively manage their environmental impact.
Without such a focus, costs soon will become unsupportable
Catherine Rayner, for Unite's T&G section, said: "Primarily, I'm afraid, it's our view that the defence being put forward is and always has been indefensible and unsupportable
Artwork's CEO, Peter Denoo, said the company respects the intellectual property rights of third parties and is investigating what he describes as unsupportable
In a statement to councillors, Mr Davies, who is known to be furious at the personal criticism, said: 'The text of the DA's report retains a number of passages which contain potentially damaging and unsupportable
innuendo, uncorrected despite these being drawn to her attention and by both the council and I providing contrary evidence.
Once getting the players correctly identified, Michelle Goldberg advanced an unsupportable
assertion: the Christian Right is currently waging the same war against a "nonexistent enemy" that the JBS waged in 1959.
Dutch law prohibits recourse to euthanasia in such cases, restricting its application to situations where patients are suffering from unsupportable
physical pain (El Pais, June 7).