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imponderable

(ĭm-pŏn′dĕr-ă-bl) [L. in-, not, + pondus, weight]
Incapable of being weighed or measured.
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"With the imponderability of the other teams around us at the moment, it's difficult to set a target of how many points we will need to make the play-offs but we do know we need to get on a bit of a run, and I have faith in the squad we have at the club now to be able to do this."
This is a bare knuckle street fight with all the passion, imponderability and bravery of the gladiator arena.
A further advantage of the proposed ID-MS calibration is that the synthetic peptides are chemically clearly defined and make the calibration independent from the imponderability of protein standards prepared from whole blood.
A recent phone call made me realize anew the imponderability of the situation, causing the end of the story to touch the beginning.
Their father said if they could see as God can, in geological time, they would see it leap out of the ground and turn in the sun and spread its arms and bask in the joys of being an oak tree in Iowa." In its torsion and imponderability, the oak, like Robinson's twined novels, argues for the importance of both what we can and what we cannot know.