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Despite the criticism from experts that this idea is unfeasible in practice and simply impossible, the Government is resolved to implement this decision.
The EU Foreign Ministers described in a draft statement on Monday Israeli three-year siege of the Gaza Strip is unacceptable and unfeasible.
The paper recalled the statements of the State Department's spokesman in 2008 and the former Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General for the Sahara Peter Van Walsum, who both deemed the creation of an independent Sahrawi State as an unrealistic and unfeasible option.
However, the lack of demand for buildings-based respite for disabled people now makes this service unfeasible.
It is completely unfeasible for the trust to clear this burden.
will close its plant in Mexico City in the second half of 2008 partly because the facility is growing old and its metropolitan location makes any expansion unfeasible.
The company explained that "the mill's relatively small size and high manufacturing costs hindered its long-term competitiveness," which also made selling the mill unfeasible.
It should not be left up to an individual business to resolve this through the courts because it's unfeasible to expect a company to know the integrity of every single link in the supply chain.
Furthermore, an applicant must produce evidence that each and every use permitted in the district is unfeasible for the subject property.
Senate Bill 420, which will require the California Department of Transportation to use recycled aggregates in state paving projects unless economically unfeasible, has been signed into law by Gov.
Senate Bill 420, which will require the California Department of Transportation (DOT) to use recycled aggregates in state paving projects unless it is economically unfeasible, has been signed into law by Gov.
You Cannot Get There From Here is a 168-page body of work based on a logical analysis of objective evidence that concludes the race to voyage to other worlds as impossible, or unfeasible, and that human resources are far better spent attempting to stem the depletion of earth's resources and to improve world populations' heath, welfare, and peaceful existence.