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- adjective That is not
capableof being produced.
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The Court put out a call for new scripts – and received nearly 700 that were unproduceable.
As a result, the Cologne Opera, which commissioned it in 1958, declared it unproduceable; a revised, scaled-down version had a successful premiere in 1965.
Nirvana is unproduceable (which does not mean unattainable) without origin, not made of anything and uncompounded.
If nothing else, it will serve as an object lesson in design schools about why the elegant Eames design was so unproduceable all these years, except at insane, limited edition prices.
_ "He was the first of that long list of writers who expended wit, learning, and industry, in giving precepts of a mechanical character to produce what is unproduceable, namely, a successful style of speaking.
The History of Roman Literature From the earliest period to the death of Marcus Aurelius
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