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The starboard boats were unworkable owing to the list to port.
THE BEACH OF DREAMSH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
Small quantities of cobalt will count as so much nickel, but larger quantities make the assay unworkable.
In spite of these efforts bagasse still remains an almost useless and unworkable material.
THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPERROBERT WALTER SINDALL
At b and c, we see two heading boards or rooms, which are so full of inflammable air as to be unworkable.
This highly picturesque arrangement proved unworkable and was given up as a failure.
It was small wonder that the constitution established by the Provisions of Oxford was found unworkable.
Mines became unworkable; farms had to be deserted; the churches, built by the Spaniards, mouldered into decay.
It gave me an unworkable code of conduct which I never tried to follow, but I got into trouble for it.
Adopted in haste and in a rush of revolutionary ardour, the system was in fact unworkable and must have ended in confusion.
I made a mental note that reasoning was an unworkable technique with this compound.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON

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