unamenable

unamenable

(ˌʌnəˈmiːnəbəl)
adj
not amenable or responsive to suggestions
Translations

unamenable

adjunzugänglich (→ to +dat); he is unamenable to persuasioner lässt sich nicht überreden; unamenable to medical treatmentauf ärztliche Behandlung nicht ansprechend
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As a moral agent, Matilda was reckless, headstrong, violent, and unamenable to reason.
Privacy, therefore does not by itself make a datum unamenable to scientific treatment.
Wollstonecraft's nightmarish anticipation prefigures planetary cosmopolitanism, in Spivak's understanding of the term, because earth in this tale of progress proves to be ultimately unamenable. The planet responds with sterility to mankind's globalizing managerial practices that have seemingly subdued and tilled it for human needs.
(25) Theoretical explanations of this kind are referred to as middle-range in that the specified connections between context, mechanism and outcome are conceptual, but not so abstract as to be unamenable to empirical testing.
If cataract is larger than 3 mm in diameter in the centre of pupil or unilateral cataract associated with strabismus, or bilateral cataract along with nystagmus, all are considered as visually significant.6 The assessment of visual acuity andextraocular motility and alignment in infants andyoung children presents innumerable challengesfor the clinician.7 It is difficult to check in preverbal children who are unamenable for standard visual acuity testing, fixation behavior, fixation preference, and objection to occlusion.8 However, it is utmost important to work on every aspect.
Conventional Equal Protection Doctrine as Unamenable to Intersectional Discrimination
Appellant appealed, arguing that the District Court erred because he was particularly unamenable to incarceration as was shown by his bouncing in and out of prison.
Apart from suffering from party disinterest, the forum has been reductively used to demonstrate political standoffs between unamenable factions of the polity through boycotts and absenteeism.
These shunts are preferred either until the total correction is performed or when the patient is unamenable for a therapeutic surgical intervention.
Those committed under 229A are considered sexually violent predators and are typically said to "have antisocial personality features that are unamenable to existing mental illness treatment modalities and that render them likely to engage in sexually violent behavior." [section] 229A.1.
Studies using commercial soybean varieties are limited due to being unamenable to in vitro regeneration.