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unsatisfiable

(ʌnˈsætɪsˌfaɪəbəl)
adj
not able to be satisfied
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Adj.1.unsatisfiable - not capable of being satisfied; "he knew the trap of unsatisfiable longing"
insatiable, insatiate, unsatiable - impossible to satisfy; "an insatiate appetite"; "an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore"; "his passion for work was unsatiable"
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In his response, Magu condemned practices where academic qualifications are sold to unqualified graduates, stating that perpetrators are bringing shame to the nation by their unsatisfiable desire to make money at all cost.
It is Dr Hoffman's desire to define this unsatisfied and unsatisfiable desire by reversing the constitutional phases of the subject as in the cases of the Count and Desiderio.
or justifications for conduct become unsatisfiable; and
The strongman was surrounded by beauty queens and "his unsatisfiable sexual appetite has been an open secret" (Thak [1989] 2007, p.
Moreover, this solution also includes concluding that the instance is unsatisfiable. Besides, performance of a solver is linked to the cost of the search (usually measured in time, expanded nodes, or consistency checks).
unsatisfied and unsatisfiable desire of the subject to penetrate the
In that respect, they are reminiscent of the viewpoint of Lincoln's own elite bureaucratic contemporaries-the acidulous Adam Gurowski, the unsatisfiable Wendell Phillips, the ambitious Salmon Chase--who could not imagine how someone as gauche and uncertified as Abraham Lincoln could possibly pilot the country through the shoals of chaos.
He said, 'I suppose the gringo was one of those rich Yankees...' and surprised an expression of devotion in the boy's face; it called for something in return, and the lieutenant became aware in his own heart of a sad and unsatisfiable love.
For instance, NVALUE(N, [3, 1, 3]) entails N = 2 and is solved, NVALUE(3, [[X.sub.1], [X.sub.2]]) is unsatisfiable, and NVALUE([X.sub.1], [X.sub.2], [X.sub.3]]) entails [X.sub.1] = [X.sub.2] = [X.sub.3].
(d) the object no means that the CNF is unsatisfiable,
If [f.sub.k] is unsatisfiable, there is no path of length k connecting I and T, and a larger value of k should be tried.
He adds, however, the further thought, developed out of Stanley Cavell's reading of Wittgenstein, that this therapy also seeks to bring us to acknowledge our standing but unsatisfiable urge to transcend the limits of language (p107).