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unmarketable

adjective not readily salable, non salable, unsalable, unvendible
Associated concepts: unmarketable title
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Diseased lobsters may still be processed but are unmarketable in the more valuable live market.
With products becoming unmarketable due to illegal label claims, manufacturers will have to resort to using the generic health claims allowed for generic ingredients; and it seems that watchdog authorities are not going to be very lenient.
Table 4:2008 total, marketable and unmarketable yields of pumpkins that were supplied nutrients using varying mineralization rates of SMS and ammonium nitrate applied two weeks preplant or at planting.
The golden boys at Citi got into this mess with a giant Ponzi scheme selling unmarketable collateralized debt obligations (CDOs)--many associated with bad mortgage debt--that far eclipse Ponzi's postal coupon "creative financing" racket.
After the pears treated with Synchlor were deemed unmarketable, Stemilt filed a claim with Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance for the loss of the crop.
In its simplest form, the aim would be to relieve banks and other institutions of unmarketable securities.
tuberculoses was made after observing sooty mold on ginger lilies, caused by the scales' honeydew secretions, which rendered the flowers unmarketable.
Morgan Chase -- in part by chipping in $30 billion for Bear's unmarketable mortgage-backed securities.
Herbs would be worst hit, as visual markings rendered the produce unmarketable, but peppers had been less severely damaged.
This fundamental gap in the American statement makes it unmarketable in the region as a project for a settlement based on just and comprehensive peace, in addition to its lacunae on the Palestinian track.
Conversational, intellectually curious, and charmingly ragged, Unmarketable is an anti-corporate manifesto with a difference: It exudes raw coolness.
Whichever one is the cause, ways to market that unmarketable space do exist.