inequable

Related to inequable: inequitable

inequable

(ɪnˈɛkwəbəl)
adj
1. uneven
2. not uniform
3. changeable
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The intendment of the minimum wage therefore is not about uniformity to hold back rich states or members of the private sector who have resources to pay higher from doing so but to set a national base below which the reward for labour in terms of wages would be inequable, indecent and slavish, hence illegal and unacceptable.
Few photographs were contextualised by geographic location or camp status; it seemed potentially inequable to display a prototype shelter next to a scene from Shatila, an unofficial refugee settlement for Palestinians in Lebanon, a location which may never benefit from such designs.
But it has low energy density, regional differences, and unstable factor for the wind speed is fluctuant and unpredictable which will result in producing inequable electricity all the time [111].