inadequateness


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inadequateness

(ɪnˈædɪkwɪtnəs)
n
the state of being inadequate or unsatisfactory
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Noun1.inadequateness - unsatisfactoriness by virtue of being inadequate
unsatisfactoriness - the quality of being inadequate or unsuitable
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Here, then, are three sources of vague and incorrect definitions: indistinctness of the object, imperfection of the organ of conception, inadequateness of the vehicle of ideas.
Similarly, those afraid of the inadequateness of the funds so raised need only to take into account what has been attempted and not what has been achieved.
If then you would infer any thing against me, your difficulty must not be drawn from the inadequateness of our conceptions of the Divine Nature, which is unavoidable on any scheme; but from the denial of matter, of which there is not one word, directly or indirectly, in what you have now objected.
While a comprehensive treatment is beyond the scope of this essay, the inadequateness of the existing frameworks suggest that an alternative way to examine ISIS may involve treating the organization not as a static "thing," but as a "process" best defined as the "interrelation between structures and actors that changes the characteristics of both of them in time." (39) Such an approach may help students of international politics better analyze the interaction between the actors behind ISIS' actions and the strategic environment in the region.
This surging interest is mainly due to the inadequateness of traditional models to describe many real world phenomena.
These fatal accidents are notable examples of the IPS inadequateness, where either the IPS was not activated timely or the IPS was activated but not effective.
Table 5 presents the reasons selected by respondents to evaluate the model's adequateness or inadequateness. The main reason given for justifying the inadequateness of the new model, given by 45 of the 71 managers who considered the model to be inadequate, or 63.38% of this group, related to the fact that demands were prioritized by the business area responsible for managing the IT solution, thus enabling their interests to take precedence over the need for alignment with the organization's strategy.