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inaccessible

adjective beyond reach, distant, far, far away, far off, impossible to reach, inaccessus, inapproachable, out of reach, out of touch, rari aditus, remote, removed, separated, unaccessible, unachievable, unapproachable, unattainable, unavailable, unobtainable, unprocurable, unreachable, unrealizable
Associated concepts: inaccessibility of property, inaccessible to service of process, inaccessible witness
See also: immune, impervious, impossible, infeasible, insuperable, insurmountable, private, remote, unapproachable, unattainable
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New Delhi (India), Jan 8 ( ANI ): The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought a reply from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the union government on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed regarding the inaccessibility of digital financial transactions to visually impaired persons.
'This bill is a major step to address the inaccessibility and inequity in health care made worse by privatization of public health services,' he added.
However, in government girls' primary school Jabbi in Tehsil Takth Nasrati, four girls have returned and started to continue their education, after three years' discontinuity due to inaccessibility, whereas 26 students have currently enrolled themselves in the evening shift.
Lying at 85deg48'N 176deg9'W the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility is 626 miles from the three nearest land masses of Ellesmere Island, Komsomolets Island and Henrietta Island.
According to the fire services, extinguishing the fire is difficult because of the inaccessibility of the terrain.
The 40-year-old, who is based in Glasgow, has joined forces with one of the world's most experienced explorers, Jim McNeill, to attempt an expedition to the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility.
Along with another four secretaries of state - Democrats and Republicans - the report revealed "a limited ability to retrieve email records, inaccessibility of electronic files, failure to comply with requirements for departing employees, and a general lack of oversight." The much-publicized affair will surely be used to damage Clinton's credibility by current rival for the Democratic presidential nomination Bernie Sanders and likely Republican party presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The report says they also exist around the nature of jobs on offer, the lack of understanding among employers regarding the needs of disabled employees, a low level of self-belief felt by potential employees, and the inaccessibility of Job Centre services.
Lee Edgington, of Newtown, has been selected to try to be the first to reach the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility.
He focuses on a refuge settlement at Monastiraka Katalimata in the Cha Gorge, the inaccessibility of which suggests not only unstable conditions of settlement but very dramatic events that made local inhabitants terrified.
Some 119 cases have been registered in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas where security issues the ban by the Taliban on immunization in North and South Waziristan agencies and inaccessibility of health workers to the target areas remain the main points of concerns.
Occupying one well-rutted groove are the ghosts of once-exalted newspapers sold, shriveled, for pennies on the dollar; thin and plodding soundbites about media concentration and a perfunctory nod to "new media." Occupying the other, an often insular vein of scholarship fraught with overtheorization and inaccessibility. In the gulf between the two is the sweet spot.