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inaccessible

Surgery adjective Unreachable; referring to a lesion that unmanageable by standard surgical techniques–eg, lesions deep in the brain or adjacent to vital structures–ie, not accessible. See Accessible.
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There's the Geographic North Pole, where the lines meet; the Geomagnetic North; the Magnetic North, where the compass points, and if you get to it, it points down; and then there's the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility.
Delay due to organizational inaccessibility measures whether the respondent delayed medical care due to inaccessibility with the conventional health care organization.
The lure of remote places and the luxury of being unplugged from the outside world attract her to undertake expeditions to places like Rub Al-Khali and the Point of Inaccessibility.
3]: There is no significant difference among users on inaccessibility of websites.
THE Welsh Assembly has been holding a debate on the inaccessibility of public transport in Wales.
The trees' proximity to the road, the inaccessibility of light department crews to poles behind the trees, and the safety hazard presented to the town's highway department for maintaining the road were taken under consideration by the Board.
The reason for the inaccessibility of the network remains unclear and the company had not offered any comments so far.
Gatduel said that over 5,000 people have arrived in Bentiu from Khartoum on their way to Mayom but road inaccessibility has meant they have had to stay in the state capital.
17 -- India Health Progress' launched; to address critical issue of healthcare inaccessibility in the country - an independent organization that aims to raise the longstanding concern of inaccessibility
The statewide disability group ADAPT of Texas and the Texas Civil Rights Project commemorated the 20th anniversity of the Americans with Disabilities Act today by filing more than 20 lawsuits across the state - targeting inaccessibility in restaurants and municipal buildings, and by doctors and police officers.
Rescuers are facing difficult time reaching the site due to its inaccessibility by vehicle.
The fact is, prisoners spend most of the time locked in cramped cells with increasing inaccessibility to work and education; shipped around the country like cattle.