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 (ĭn-ăp′lĭ-kə-bəl, ĭn′ə-plĭk′ə-)
Not applicable: rules inapplicable to day students.

in·ap′pli·ca·bil′i·ty n.
in·ap′pli·ca·bly adv.
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Noun1.inapplicability - irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand
irrelevance, irrelevancy - the lack of a relation of something to the matter at hand
applicability, pertinence, pertinency - relevance by virtue of being applicable to the matter at hand
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It is very queer, but not the less true, that people are generally quite as vain, or even more so, of their deficiencies than of their available gifts; as was Hepzibah of this native inapplicability, so to speak, of the Pyncheons to any useful purpose.
2015) ('[W]hen a defendant invokes qualified immunity, the burden is on the plaintiff to show the inapplicability of the defense.' (citing Quintero de Quintero v.
JCI has not objected, and the court adopts the R&R regarding the inapplicability of the government contractor defense.
The inapplicability of fully artificial techniques prompted the team from University of Cambridge and Ruhr University Bochum to look into semi-artificial photosynthesis, where the best of both worlds - biological components and manmade technologies - could be combined to achieve the desired solar-driven water-splitting reaction.
LEXIS 172767, * (any complaint that adequately pleads the inapplicability of the companionship exemption under the old regulations meets the requirements of the new regulations.); Dudley v.
Taylor's emphasis on the ethnic and racial diversity of early America, the inapplicability of jurisdictional boundaries to cultural phenomena, and his insistence that the republic's Founders abhorred democracy (and thus may not be ideal modern role models) are all valuable ideas to communicate to nonacademic readers.
Roy and Singh [10] and Li [11, 12] showed that the Pauli criterion cannot be applied in the time-dependent case: we note here that the inapplicability of the Pauli criterion means that (i) the KAM does not satisfy the fundamental commutation relations of the angular momentum and (ii) it reflects the breakdown of the symmetry of the electron's motion around the solenoid.
A similar wording exists in item 2 of article 5 of the Hague Rules, but they do not provide the inapplicability of the Convention where the bill of lading is the owner and charterer.
(105) The decision is not about positivist inevitability, or deemed instances of international law's inapplicability. Rather, the legal reasoning applied in Lotus promotes the idea that principles of international law, alone insubstantial, can be used to plug apparent, substantive gaps.
But note that even if section 2-207 does not apply in such a case, its inapplicability will not be for the reason given by Judge Easterbrook.
The OCA also held Mislang responsible for failing to apply the principles and rules on prematurity of the petition, inapplicability of the prejudicial question and lack of jurisdiction in issuing the orders.