unprocurable


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unprocurable

(ˌʌnprəˈkjʊərəbəl)
adj
not able to be procured; unobtainable
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Adj.1.unprocurable - not capable of being obtainedunprocurable - not capable of being obtained; "a rare work, today almost inaccessible"; "timber is virtually unobtainable in the islands"; "untouchable resources buried deep within the earth"
unavailable - not available or accessible or at hand; "fresh milk was unavailable during the emergency"; "his secretary said he was unavailable for comment"
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References in classic literature ?
Trent was flatly told that the labour they required was absolutely unprocurable. Fortunately Trent knew the country, and he was a man of resource.
But if there is an absolute necessity for their mention, a chosen few might hear them in a mystery, and they should sacrifice not a common [Eleusinian] pig, but some huge and unprocurable victim; and then the number of the hearers will be very few indeed.
Coming back to the point of discussion where the testimony of question was to be evaluated on the scale of true and false, we can easily understand that all the true problems arise from the solution while the false question disguised as a true question misleads the contestant for searching its answer which seems to be unprocurable while actually the contestant should understand the root of the question to question its validity for him.
Therefore, direct communication among neighbors in a hyperedge is unprocurable. Most of the existing works researching hyperedges [7]-[9], are formulated in a centralized manner.
Since research on human subjects should "yield results for the good of society that are unprocurable by other methods or means of study" [14], such a wide-reaching policy of exclusion would have negative consequences for society.
NAWABSHAH -- Three hundred seventy five unprocurable precious live turtles were seized and four accused arrested in a raid conducted by a team of Wild Life department.
This may include changes in practice or the relocation of equipment, changes to consumable items, unprocurable items, recall of consumable items, or any relevant information you want to share with the department.
When surface vessels were dismissed as unprocurable, Paterson mentioned that his company had two complete submarines that were available immediately.
The unprocurable nature of investment resources and the irregularity of the investment development of the agricultural sector of the economy is confirmed with a whole series of studies [1,2,3,4,5,6,7].