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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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The PIL was filed by Blind Graduates Forum of India, an NGO working for the blind people, claiming that inaccessibility of physical currency affects freedom and livelihood of blind people.
There's nowhere else to go - I just need to finish.' "I thought that would be the most difficult thing I'd ever do but when I heard about the expedition to the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility, I had to take part."
Defined as the furthest point from land on the Arctic Ocean and therefore its centre, the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility remains the last truly significant place in the Polar Regions, yet to be reached by mankind.
"Automobile roads stay the priority direction, considering mountain relief and inaccessibility of population centers," Maksatbek Dyikanov noticed.
This organizational inaccessibility may also play a role in CAM use and is virtually absent in CAM research.
Of those who were not members, more than half (54%) said that they are too expensive; 26% said it was because of inaccessibility.
She is determined to also become the first woman to reach the Point of Inaccessibility, the place on the Antarctic continent furthest from the Southern Ocean and most difficult to reach.
To ascertain the reasons for inaccessibility of websites
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts and related Disney companies have reached a tentative agreement with a group of persons with visual impairments who brought a class-action lawsuit against the company and related companies for inaccessibility related to accessing the Disneyland theme parks and online planning tools.
Crosby, Esquire as a response to the economic downturn, recognizing the general public's increasing inaccessibility to legal representation and the need for public legal education.
The experiences of 30 people or their carers into domiciliary workers found missed medication, confinement to bed and inaccessibility to food and drink.
His team hope the opening of the account will lessen criticism of his inaccessibility and reluctance to give interviews to the media.