inapplicability in English
[in·ap·pli·ca·bil·i·ty || 'ɪn‚æplɪkə'bɪlətɪ ,'ɪnə'p-]
quality of being unapplicable, unsuitability
Use "inapplicability" in a sentence
1. Inapplicability of this Law to actions commenced before its entry into force
2. However, some years later it was found inapplicability to water meter industry.
3. com/exclusion principle.html) a new phase of the inapplicability of Pauli's exclusion principle can exist.
4. Then the inapplicability of single 'Exporting-oriented' or 'Importing-substituted' strategy to China wood-industry development is also studied.
5. Inapplicability of this Law to actions commenced before the entry into force of this Law
6. Finally, we think that, perhaps, a new phase of the inapplicability of Pauli's exclusion principle can exist.
7. Given the inapplicability of the exclusion principle, there is no economic incentive for private enterprises to supply lighthouses.
8. METHODS: Based on the real situation in China, reasons for the inapplicability of compulsory license system for medicine patents were analyzed.
9. The author holds that the special features of Internet as an emerging media result in inapplicability of traditional copyright protection rules to copyright infringements online.
10. Then the computation of the encryption key used by the group manager in the scheme is simplified, and the cause of its inapplicability to large secure group communication is analyzed.
11. Thirdly, it analyzes the problems on the perspectives of residence system[Sentencedict.com ], the inapplicability of the city social security and the imperfectness of legal system.
12. In order to solve the problem of inapplicability of current early warning methods, a support vector data description early warning technique based on active learning is proposed.
13. This results in large liner consumption. In this paper the abrasion reason of high-manganese steel liner is analyzed. The result indicates inapplicability of manganese steel to making liner.