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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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Mr Beith added that the government had made many small post offices inviable by transferring benefit payments to banks, and making it difficult and complicated for people to get pensions and other benefits over the post office counter.
It pleaded that upgrading some exchanges was commercially inviable, and launched a registration scheme - if enough people registered a genuine interest, it would upgrade the exchange.
There are only an estimated 3,000 bobcats living in Pennsylvania, and animal advocates fear that killing even a small number of animals may risk making the future of the bobcat population inviable.
These microbes can cause a nut that has been slightly damaged by insects to become inviable or unacceptable to a vertebrate nut-dispersal agent.
It was very clear the RTC has to dispose of properties that were definitely inviable in terms of the income stream," noted Strasburg of the RSA.
It appeared that all of these seeds were inviable at the end of the experiment.
En el caso de aquellas parejas en las que la convivencia futura continuada se haya demostrado inviable, por decision de uno de los implicados o tras una evaluacion detallada de la situacion, (Caceres, 1996), seria necesario desarrollar programas que posibiliten-faciliten la ruptura de vinculos emocionales, tan importantes para los humanos, y potencien la toma de decisiones importantes a las que se ven abocados, sin recurrir a metodos violentos (Caceres, 2003).
Uniparental chromosome elimination in the early embryogenesis of the inviable salmonid hybrids between masu salmon and rainbow trout male.
1 g, and collected any unhatched eggs for genetic identification of inviable embryos as male or female.
Dear Editor, I am glad Clare Short recognises that imposing our model of development on the developing world is inviable "because there is not enough petrol, water, trees for wood, grain for animal feed and capacity to absorb pollution for everyone to live as we do"
The recommendation comes despite fears the move could make the farm inviable.