unascertainable


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unascertainable

(ˌʌnæsəˈteɪnəbəl)
adj
not able to be ascertained, discovered, or made certain
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unascertainable - not able to be ascertainedunascertainable - not able to be ascertained; resisting discovery
indeterminable, undeterminable - not capable of being definitely decided or ascertained
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It is plausible that other individuals may have returned to the Firth of Forth during the two-year study period but as the majority of images submitted to the Forth Marine Mammal Project were of low quality, this was unascertainable. It is only due to identified individuals having such distinctive markings that they qualified to be used in this study.
order to alleviate the difficulty with unascertainable charitable
Such notice must be provided to the trustor and each qualified beneficiary, including those not yet born or unascertainable. Therefore, a guardian ad litem must be appointed by a court to receive notice for such beneficiaries, which is a substantial burden, especially given the notice timing required.
class unascertainable. (201) The Court disregarded constructive notice
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Sere thereafter terminated Trapeni's representation and, through new counsel, filed an opposition asserting that: (1) the Store Owner's true name was unascertainable by searching the records of the Commission; (2) any error in the Store Owner's name was simply a misnomer curable under Code 8.01-6; and (3) the statute of limitations had been tolled under Code 8.01-6.1 and 8.01 229(E)(3).
The jury at the Coroner's Court in Dundalk yesterday returned an open verdict and found Mr Reilly had died on the June 4, 2007, at Rockmarshall beach and the cause of his death was unascertainable.
level of partisanship falls below some inchoate and unascertainable
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Pathologist Dr Richard Jones, who performed a post-mortem examination of Mr Nayler, said that cause of death was unascertainable.
Andre Rebello, senior coroner for Liverpool and Wirral, said that Melissa's cause of death was natural but unascertainable.