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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 new findings from a poll of over one thousand UK GPs found that 95% of them have patients with health problems related to inaccessible homes.
"The remaining 8 per cent is currently inaccessible due to the security conditions in the country," Kg says.
The ISPR spokesman informed on Sunday that operation of dropping rations bags containing flour, rice, pulses, cooking oil and other essential goods is in full swing in the drought hit area, which are inaccessible due to having no communication facility.
Similarly, 170,000 children from North Waziristan agency are inaccessible due to security reasons.
According to the paper, the services were inaccessible just after the country's once-in-a-decade meeting to transfer power to a new generation of leaders got underway.
We will be sending Tyne and Wear Metro a copy of our report and we would be disappointed if an otherwise accessible service were to become inaccessible because of the way some disabled passengers were treated.
Meanwhile, tape is offline, inaccessible, and vulnerable to data decay.
Commissioning artwork has also been part of their programme, bringing delight and spectacle to their expanding cycle network that in itself has restored, rejuvenated and reopened previously inaccessible parts of our landscape.
He returned from a helicopter mission to the mountainous region north of Balakot, currently inaccessible by road.
The old-fashioned clothes of the figures and pictures like 52_Berck, 2004, which shows a beached fishing or cargo sailboat, place the pictures firmly in the past, adding to this sense of inaccessible remoteness.
Scientists often probe temperatures and other properties of inaccessible objects, such as distant stars, by analyzing the spectra of light the objects emit.
Research by the charity revealed that of those disabled people who had taken a recent holiday, around a quarter found that inaccessible transport had restricted their choice of destinations, with the figure rising to more than 40 per cent for wheelchair users.