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unmarketable

adjective not readily salable, non salable, unsalable, unvendible
Associated concepts: unmarketable title
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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.
Whichever one is the cause, ways to market that unmarketable space do exist.
Wetzel says Northern Ontario's "biggest ticket" item is the development of bioenergy from unmarketable tree species like white birch or poplar, an initiative that would move the region toward energy independence.
Neither is lack of marketability, because a hypothetical willing buyer would not examine what he or she would pay for the unmarketable interest in the IRAs, but instead would consider what a willing buyer would pay for the underlying marketable securities.
Either racing is simply unmarketable to a mass audience, or else C4 has been going about it the wrong way.
It says large quantities of unmarketable fish are discarded at sea.
For this project, Jarmel Kizel successfully created a design solution for an under performing, unmarketable 230,000-s/f office/warehouse facility.
Despite a lack of work experience or degrees in history, philosophy or other unmarketable subjects, college graduates dump jobs that do not pay enough or require overtime, Wang said.
The absence from this show of evidence that artists engaged in unmarketable projects into the '80s (for example, Louise Lawler and Sherrie Levine's A Picture Is No Substitute for Anything) promotes the overly simplistic impression that experimental practices vanished as the market culture demanded more salable stuff.
By continuing to sell the old version of the life-saving medicine -- called Factor VIII concentrates which essentially provides the missing ingredient without which hemophiliacs' blood cannot clot -- Cutter officials were trying to avoid being stuck with large stores of a product that was proving increasingly unmarketable in the United States and Europe.
Coming at the tail end of the Internet boom, most of the "good" names, as well as plenty of the unmarketable ones, were snapped up in a speculation frenzy.
A book that had, just months earlier, been rejected by publishers as either an unmarketable "animal story" or a dangerous political book, became a runaway best-seller.