impossibility : Definition, Usages, News and More

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im paw si bi li tee

  • n  incapability of existing or occurring
  • n  an alternative that is not available

  • And saving forests is probably an impossibility so long as vast expanses of cropland are used to grow modest amounts of fuel.
  • One might suggest that it is Che's distance, the apparent impossibility of duplicating his life anymore, that makes him so attractive.
  • It is of course an impossibility to rearrange the human nervous system so that one kind of sense impression is substituted for another, but it is quite within the scope of .
News & Articles

  • American Jewish Leaders Call Remarks Opposing Two States 'Irresponsible'
    American Jewish leaders Abraham Foxman, Rabbi Rick Jacobs and David Harris condemned recent statements by senior Israeli officials about the impossibility of a two-state solution, calling them irresponsible and saying they undermine the credibility of the government. Click here for the rest of the article...
    June 19, 2013 - The Forward

  • Andy Roddick in The Press Association
    I don't think stunned is the right word,Roddick said. "I don't view what happened as an impossibility. I don't know. I always struggle with how to describe my mood. I'm sure you can use your intuition and reach out and find something. He...
  • Richard Dearlove in FOXNews
    I would have regarded that as an impossibility,Dearlove said.
  • Sean Penn in International Herald Tribune
    As Cannes opened May 14, Penn said it was "an emotional impossibility, I believe, for any of us to give in to something as petty as to favor a film because a friend of ours is in it. I also want to make it clear that this person will not be biased...

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