inadaptable

inadaptable

(ˌɪnəˈdæptəbəl)
adj
lacking the ability to adapt
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As the town authorities were obliged to offer them adequate housing, it built new flats at a lower standard, with the help of the Construction Ministrys subsidy.According to some documents, the Telek development was meant for bad payers and inadaptable persons but still other documents suggest that they were marked as Roma flats.
When sensitivity analysis was performed, the heterogeneity went down ([chi square] = 25.97, p = 0.038, [I.sup.2] = 42.2%) (Figure 2(b)) after three treatment arms with effect size greater than 3.0 and four other inadaptable comparisons were removed (Table S5 in Supplementary Materials available online).
[16] found that the submerged macrophytes are inadaptable to deep water level that their biomass, relative growth rate, and roots anchorage strength decreased with increasing initial water level.
Although there are some mature content delivery algorithms known in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks, these algorithms are inadaptable to the media service in the mobile opportunistic environment and neglect the transmitting interference in the D2D network.
For example, considering the subsets reduced to single numbers, if a neutrosophic system is (0.7, 0.2, 0.3)-adaptable, it means that the system is 70% adaptable, 20% indeterminate regarding adaptability, and 30% inadaptable; we may receive the informations for each attribute phase from different independent sources, that's why the sum of the neutrosophic components is not necessarily 1.
Une euphorie plus qu'attendue, d'autant que le public ainsi que les journalistes tunisiens ont lessive l'equipe, ainsi que le selectionneur Hasenafendich pour ses choix et sa strategie de jeu inadaptable avec la technicite de ses capes.
systems will be unsympathetic, inadaptable war machines.
As the method is oriented on the adherence of ISO principles, the IT-based implementation could be inadaptable in case of any new revised ISO standard or for any prospective change requests.