Untolerable

Related to Untolerable: intolerable

Un`tol´er`a`ble


a.1.Intolerable.
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In the next "elogio" of Durante he continues with more disparaging remarks: "he imitated his teacher Scarlatti, but with far drier results and always observing the rules of counterpoint, making his music boring and untolerable to those accustomed to music for theatre and dance".
Other antipsychotic drugs have not been proven effective and/or are accompanied with untolerable adverse effects.
Here, interaction is too strong and leads to untolerable agglomeration tendencies.
Marai and Haebb (2010) define heat stress as "the state at which mechanisms activate to maintain an animal's body thermal balance, when exposed to untolerable (uncomfortable) elevated temperatures." Although the initial response may be physiological, behavioural modifications can reduce these physiological stressors (e.g., movement to cooler areas in response to heat stress).
According to Deleuze, the limit-situation of the time-image "makes us grasp, it is supposed to make us grasp"--an interesting stutter--"something untolerable and unbearable" (C2, 18); it "gives rise to a seeing function" (C2, 19).
Less than 24 hours after the head of Birmingham Children's Hospital warned the new NHS payments system was placing vital services under an untolerable strain, Mr Blair said it was "the moment to hold our nerve".
These barbaric acts constitute untolerable aggression against democracy and underline the need for the international community and the members of the Alliance to unite their forces in fighting the scourge of terrorism."
We would not let members of our families in so-called Third World countries suffer because of the untolerable burden of unpayable debt.