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inviable

(ĭn-vī′ə-bəl)
adj.
Unable to survive or develop normally: an inviable newborn calf.

in·vi·a·bil′i·ty n.
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All males arising from these matings would inherit the 'daughterless' gene and transmit it to their own progeny, slowly breeding the carp population to inviability, and a crash.
It is quite possible that the suspected inviability of tafsir 'ilmi may be due not so much to the project's inherent limitations but to the fact that no credible scientific exegesis of the Qur'an has so far been produced, there being no reason why such exegesis cannot be produced in the future.
In addition, it is the Romans who founded their legal system on the inviability of agreements and promises.
Only the matter of reciprocity kept what inviability there was alive.
The reader is more than well served by "Carnations and Immortelles," an exceptional, imaginative, well-documented critical study, a Portuguese X-ray of Europe, as well as a concise presentation of Portuguese literature and society in the last quarter-century, during the Age of Late Marxism -- a time, as Fernandez Morera puts it, "when the inviability of [Marxist] societies, though rather obvious before, became inescapably clear.
The new set of market based relative prices uncovered many enterprises' financial inviability.
This, in part, is due to the development of a world economy that has already superseded the boundaries of nation-states and, in part, is due to the inviability of national frameworks as reliable building blocks in the emerging world order.
Welfare dependency is stark evidence of the economic inviability of single motherhood.
History has shown not only the erroneousness, but also the inviability of both positions; but it has also demonstrated that we cannot simply talk about a mixed economy.
Agricultural inviability, the single greatest tropical conservation force, will be gone.
Citing financial inviability, the Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) has told the Maharashtra government that it would be difficult to continue the operation in case it failed to generate adequate revenue.
Government sources cited financial inviability of the project behind the move that is likely to be announced soon.