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unavailability

noun inaccessibility, unacquirability, unapproachability, unattainability
See also: absence, impossibility, omission
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She said she went to the office of the ombudsperson for relief but she was informed that office of the ombudsperson was vacant due to unavailability of the ombudsperson for one year.
Everyone knows children died due to the unavailability of oxygen.
They complaint due to unavailability of funds their areas are deprived from developmental works.
The H-9 bazaar, which was set up in 2008, comprises 2700 stalls, but due to unavailability of electricity the customers start returning to their houses before the sunset.
First, the proponent of the statement must demonstrate that "the adverse party murdered the declarant and that the murder was intended to cause the unavailability of the declarant as a witness.
Upgrades, even within families of products, often require service expertise and data regeneration with consequent planned unavailability.
DESPITE the unavailability of three key players the Eels were in an optimistic mood prior to matches against unbeaten Haughton (Darlington)and City of Preston.
We are seriously concerned that many frail, elderly Americans are losing access to vitally important long-term care services due to the unavailability of medical liability insurance for our members.
The company cited the unavailability of retrocessional coverage in its decision not to write any new business for 2002.
According to a study by Eurostat, the EU's Statistical Office, the unavailability of EU nuclear power plants (NPPs) has been fairly stable over the past years.
Accordingly, the Tax Court concluded that Thor did not apply and "the general unavailability of a deduction for reserves is inapposite.
In addition, adverse weather conditions can hinder or delay operations, as can shortages of equipment and materials or unavailability of drilling, completion, and/or work-over rigs.