Immalleable

Im`mal´le`a`ble


a.1.Not maleable.
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And they were trussed up by a straight-jacket of a rulebook, an immalleable system that gives them no means to recourse.
An impact of the introduction of technologies prevailing in the free market into the CPEs, especially to that of the Russian system, accompanying the hypothesized ODA may cause severe economic obsolescence of the existing capital equipments under the Russian techno-economic regime, representing immalleable industrial specifications.
The harder, more immalleable the materials, the greater his poetry.