undeterminable


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undeterminable

(ˌʌndɪˈtɜːmɪnəbəl)
adj
a variant of indeterminable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undeterminable - not capable of being definitely decided or ascertainedundeterminable - not capable of being definitely decided or ascertained
incalculable - not capable of being computed or enumerated
indeterminate, undetermined - not precisely determined or established; not fixed or known in advance; "of indeterminate age"; "a zillion is a large indeterminate number"; "an indeterminate point of law"; "the influence of environment is indeterminate"; "an indeterminate future"
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Possibly the best example of an undeterminable coverage is the replacement cost of a building.
Therefore, due to the undeterminable level and nature of specialist support called for there can be no guarantee of any work under this framework, even for successfully appointed consultants.
(14.) In dealing with a contract of the dead, one court stated: "[T]he intention and understanding of the parties are not subject to any fixed standard of 'weights and measures.' They are invisible and intangible things variable with time and place, and undeterminable by any constant or set formula." Burch v.
The parking system currently serves a campus population of 84,000 student, faculty and staff and an undeterminable number of visitor, hospital and clinic, delivery, service and emergency vehicles that require spaces each day.
But at the same time he leaves to natural mechanism under this to us indispensable principle of an original organisation, an undeterminable but yet unmistakeable element, in reference to which the faculty of matter in an organised body is called by him a formative impulse (in contrast to, and yet standing under the higher guidance and direction of, that merely mechanical formative power universally resident in matter)" (Kant, 1914, p.
This increases the costs of collecting reliable information and may lead to "DRC conflict undeterminable" or "unable to reach a determination" status.
They then whittle these down to 5,673 "major incidents," discarding over 22,000 incidents they dismiss as "minor" or undeterminable or "no incident at all."
However, the scope of this undefinable term remains undeterminable.
They arrive by devious means, their contribution to society is undeterminable and the extradition process, that should see them extradited, appears long and clumsy, if on the off chance that they are caught!
At ICU admission, the patient showed severe leukopenia (610/mmc), thrombocytopenia (8000/mmc), and low levels of immunoglobulins (IgG 392 mg/dl, IgA 111 mg/dl and IgM 16 mg/dl); aPTT was undeterminable and INR was prolonged (2,79).
The reason for surgery as either major surgery or TEM was predominantly nonradical or undeterminable resection margins constituting 90% (28/31).
The fragmented domestic objects sometimes included in the deposits agree with this hypothesis, even though it is undeterminable if they were in fact deliberately broken.