- a not subject to appeal
the judge's ruling was handed down in a preliminary hearing rather than a trial and was therefore unappealable
- What happens then depends on whether Governor Almond shuts the schools on receipt of a "final and unappealable" federal court order, or waits until a Negro child tries to enter a .
- If this right can be denied by arbitrary and unappealable federal fiat, than I beseech you, in the name of God, to tell us what human or civil right remains.
- It also recommended a Parliament-appointed press council with power to censor all outgoing copy and to levy unlimitedand unappealablefines against correspondents whose .
- Tom Craddick in Forbes
The speaker's discretion to recognize a member on a motion on any matter is unappealable,Craddick responded.