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  • a  incapable of being ascended

  • Among the unscalable peaks of the staggering, snow-locked Himalayas is a dreary region glamorously called "The Roof of the World.
  • Virtually every branch of science is surrounded by beetling walls of unscalable figures.
  • His seven-party coalition has surprised many by conquering two of the unscalable peaks in Japanese politics: opening the rice market and passing laws to reform the electoral system.
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  • Why Startups Should Prioritize Customer Service
    In July, Paul Graham of Y Combinator published an excellent essay titled “Do Things That Don’t Scale.” In it he highlights several unscalable activities that are critical for early stage startups trying to reach scale. One of those practices is the concept of 'Delight' -- being attentive to early customers at a level of service that makes them feel that “signing up with you was one of the best ...
    Sept. 16, 2013 - Forbes

  • John Banville in Beyond Chron
    As John Banville, who grew up in an Irish Catholic school run by the Christian Brothers, wrote in his op ed in the New York Times last Sunday, "What happened to them within those unscalable walls was no concern of ours. We knew, and did not know....
  • St Jerome in San Francisco Chronicle
    There is no such thing as an unscalable barrier,said Jerome Motto, past president of the American Association of Suicidology and a longtime proponent of a barrier. "This barrier is for the people who write a suicide note asking, 'Why do...

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