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imponderable

adjective immaterial, immateriate, impalpable, imponderous, impossible to calculate, impossiile to measure, impossible to weigh, incalculable, incaaable of being evaluated, incomputable, inestimable, subtile, unsubstantial, unweighable, vague
See also: intangible
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But there are some imponderables that, depending how they work out, could keep e-commerce from becoming a major threat to advertising spending.
Let me now introduce the second imponderable -- Lalit Bhanot read Kalmadi, who backed Abhay Chautala.
The exact rise is still an imponderable but I think we can say it will be in single figures," said Cllr Nightingale.
In the slow lifting of a dense haze in the port at dawn, the master of montage would remark, at twenty years' remove, a "suite" of indistinct, imponderable landscapes relinquished to the fluidity of their internal form and, in their "matches," to a dissolving, one into the other, all at the very surface of the screen; hence, his recognition of the film medium's common lineage with Chinese landscape painting.
A longer term imponderable concerns the relationship between XJT and CAL; CAL could end its operating agreement with XJT, upon 12 months' notice.
How much of that was down to Harchibald's dislike for the conditions is an imponderable, but Straw Bear answered every call for Tony McCoy and can book his Festival ticket.
Defence is not the only imponderable facing the Villa boss who is also concerned by the late arrival of striker Milan Baros from his midweek excursion to Turkey with the Czech Republic.
The second imponderable is who will win this pre-Christmas cracker if Pipe doesn't?
out of an ancient and familiar solitude and into an enormous web of imponderable linkages.
The solution to the present sad situation is imponderable, especially when senior players regularly apologise for inept performances.