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Adj.1.unexportable - not suitable for exportunexportable - not suitable for export    
exportable - suitable for export; "exportable cultural achievements"
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Retorted Twitter user Hassan Mostafavi, "Imposing substandard, expensive and unexportable cars on the nation is treason to the people and Iran's industry.
Infested fruits usually drop from the tree (Christenson and Foote 1960) making them unexportable due to quarantine restrictions (Hollingsworth et al.
Human warmth is Lebanon's most precious and unexportable commodity.
French troublemakers Benoit Delepine and Gustave de Kervern concoct yet another portrait of bizarre behavior in "Le grand soir," a virtually unexportable oddity that had locals laughing at the Cannes Film Fest, where it won the jury prize in Un Certain Regard.
The bulk of the domestically produced capital goods and industrial intermediate goods unsurprisingly could not compete on the world market, and these goods turned out to be more or less unexportable.
From her street-level window flame in pan-ethnic, Schengen-era Germany, "Jessie/ Yeter" thus emblematizes the lived tension between semiodiversity and glossodiversity, between an opaque and unexportable language ecology on the one hand and free-market, universal semiotic transparency on the other.
I'd reached the position that American public administration theory and practice was unexportable.
Scheuer works within the realm of American exceptionalism with one major qualification, "American democracy and republicanism are unique and largely unexportable.
The star of the show will certainly be a 16th century Hans Holbein "Madonna," until recently listed as one of Germany's unexportable paintings because of its artistic value.