unignorable

unignorable

(ˌʌnɪɡˈnɔːrəbəl)
adj
impossible to ignore
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Still, the prevalence of e-commerce is unignorable, so the chain is looking toward an instore pickup option for online orders.
Roadblocks have become something of a national institution in PNG--it is one of the few, unignorable ways dissatisfied landowners can get the attention of companies or the government.
Indeed, the question most parties now face is whether to rally round a single opposition candidate like Tshisekedi, to create an unignorable voice.
But since it's set in the '70s, martial law-which Javier described as an 'unignorable circumstance at that time'-figures in the story.
Those antimitotic agents' complications are unignorable and the dosage and local action time are to be controlled strictly during surgery.
Tumor recurrence is an unignorable problem in the treatment for EGC, which can recur as synchronous cancer or metachronous cancer.
With the rising of LD pump power, the thermal effects became more and more unignorable, which would drop in output power.
(19) In addition, it is unignorable that the surgical smoke may have carcinogenic effects due to the long term and continuous exposure, and its accumulated effects.
(23) As Heather Dub row has pointed out, seventeenth-century estate poems contain in their negative avowals ("Untaught to shut"; "no black-bearded Vigil") a ghosted possibility of the deficient housekeeping they seek to bar from their gates; what Pope is doing, I would suggest, by transforming these ghosted negatives into satiric positives is claiming that in the intervening decades the decline of hospitality has worsened, and that what might in the past have been a faint concern is now an unignorable reality.
(134.) See Senior, supra note 22 ("The result is an exhaustively researched, vividly realized and, above all, unignorable book--after "Evicted," it will no longer be possible to have a serious discussion about poverty without having a serious discussion about housing.
In addition, certain international organizations, NGOs or non-state actors, have become prominent and unignorable actors in world politics.
ICS and hypothalamicpituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis suppression are rare but unignorable complications of topical steroids [1,4-6].