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The Namenda court's dichotomy based on whether the brand removed the original product has a rhetorical appeal but reflects an insupportably narrow view of consumer "choice." What deprives consumers of the ability to make a price/quality trade-off is the combination of a price-disconnected market and the brand's reformulation and cannibalization of the original product's sales by any means.
New scheduling software saves costs for managers but makes daily life insupportably unpredictable; digital supervision and surveillance intensify managerial control; 24-7 email messages impose workplace priorities on life at home.
While the appellants' experience will in that event have been insupportably painful, they will have endured the consequence of adjudication through due process in accordance with what is compendiously termed the rule of law.
Manwaring "enraged" and "insupportably jealous" (44).
Hollander eds., 1991) (noting that "It]educing scientific uncertainty to mathematical terms offers decision makers a means of rationalizing actions that might otherwise seem insupportably arbitrary and subjective....
However, the ratios between the implied values of private and public C corporations using this method, for both years, appear insupportably large.
For the knave-fool dichotomy presupposes an insupportably sharp distinction between appearance and rationality and between fiction and truth.
It was he who brought the benighted exhibition "Sensation" from London to the Brooklyn Museum, thus reminding us that what was repulsive could also be insupportably boring.