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unavailability

noun inaccessibility, unacquirability, unapproachability, unattainability
See also: absence, impossibility, omission
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"The unavailability of therapy is a massive concern for me, I have to say."
The court noting the unavailability of his counsel adjourned the hearing until December 12.
That is the so-called "unavailability" issue, as the policyholder could not obtain insurance for this liability after 1987.
Gode said Dar es Salaam and Mombasa have showed the willingness to host the events but have been given conditions which they must fulfill before they are given a nod ."We have moved the games from Kigali due to the unavailability of the venue and are waiting for Mombasa and Dar es Salam to fulfill conditions set by Fiba before we can confirm which venue hosts the event," Gode said.
However, the hearing was adjourned till Friday due to unavailability of MazharAlamMiankhel.
A straightforward reading of both Crawford and Giles reveals that three things must be true before forfeiture by wrongdoing can apply: 1) the declarant must be unavailable to testify; 2) the declarant's unavailability must be a result of the defendant's actions, and; 3) the defendant's actions must have been undertaken with the intent to produce the declarant's unavailability.
The move assumes significance as railways expansion plan in most of the cities are stuck due to unavailability of land.
Actor Sanjay Dutt has pulled out of Total Dhamaal due to unavailability of dates as well as his issue with the film's adult comedy, says a source.
Most significantly, they found the use of social unavailability to take people off the lists rocketed across the country between 2008 and the middle of 2011 - to as high as a third of all patients.
TB hospital lacks basic facilities including the poor condition of rooms and toilets, broken furniture, heaps of garbage and unavailability of tube lights etc.
ISLAMABAD, July 12 -- The H-9 weekly bazaar of the federal capital continues to face the problem of unavailability of electricity, resulting in problems for the stallholders and customers.
The Illinois General Assembly amended the Code of Criminal Procedure by adding section 115-10.6, which creates a new hearsay exception when evidence is offered against a party that has killed the declarant "intending to procure the unavailability of the declarant as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding." 725 ILCS 5/115-10.6.