Impossible definition

Impossible means the monitoring location(s) are either physically or legally inaccessible, or access would cause danger to life or limb.
Impossible as used in RCW 46.16A.200, means that there was nothing made by the manufacturer (to include, but not limited to, a bracket or the bumper of the vehicle) for the originally manufactured vehicle which would allow the license plate to be affixed to the vehicle in the manner pre- scribed in RCW 46.16A.200.
Impossible in this context means that the designated system function is not operable by the driver during normal use or during reasonably foreseeable misuse. In this context, it would not be reasonable for a manufacturer to anticipate that a driver would undertake sophisticated technical measures to defeat the manufacturer’s intentions. The manufacturer’s rationale may be based on regulation or their own judgement.

Examples of Impossible in a sentence

  • Mission Not So Impossible: The AMM and the Transition from Conflict to Peace in Aceh, 2005–2006 Kirsten E.

  • Merges, As Many as Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform, 14 BERKELEY TECH.

  • Impossible or impracticable barriers outside the control of the parent or child prevent a student from attending school.

  • Merges, “As Many As Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform,” 14 Berkeley Technology Law Journal (1999), 577.

  • It Is Important To Note That Footwear Is Subject To Many Different Conditions Encountered In Everyday Use And That It Is Impossible To Make Footwear Resistant To Slip In All Conditions.

  • Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America.

  • Perhaps, but not one developed with direct reference to these numbers.

  • Merges, As Many As Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform, 14 BERKELEY TECH.

  • The authors discuss the concept of the "Impossible Trinity" or the inability to achieve simultaneously the goals of exchange rate stability, full financial integration, and monetary independence.

  • Merges, As Many as Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform, 14 Berkeley Tech.

More Definitions of Impossible

Impossible means actual impossibility or extremely and unreasonably difficult or expensive.
Impossible means there is a “lack of any realistic prospect of effective reorganization.” 8 Holly’s, 140 B.R. at 702-03.
Impossible means not capable of existing or taking place: unlikely to happen or be done.

Related to Impossible

  • Unreasonably impracticable means that the measures necessary to comply with the regulations require such a high investment of risk, money, time, or any other resource or asset that the operation of a marijuana establishment is not worthy of being carried out in practice by a reasonably prudent businessperson.

  • measure means any measure by a Party, whether in the form of a law, regulation, rule, procedure, decision, administrative action, or any other form;

  • Harm means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development, including for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another; 'health' means physical or mental health; and

  • Should means that a certain feature, component and/or action is desirable but not mandatory.

  • IT means Information Technology.

  • Extremity means hand, elbow, arm below the elbow, foot, knee, and leg below the knee.

  • Reasonable in the circumstances means using no more force than is needed.

  • Unlawful means not specifically authorized by law.

  • Unsafe well or pump installation means one which produces water which is bacteriologically contaminated or contaminated with substances which exceed the drinking water standards of chs. NR 140 or 809, Wisconsin Administrative Code, or for which a Health Advisory has been issued by the Department of Natural Resources.

  • Unavailability mean that, in any 1-minute period, all connection requests made by Customer to access the Qubit online user interface were unsuccessful (each a “Failed Connection”); provided, however, that no Failed Connection will be counted as a part of more than one such 1-minute period (e.g. a Failed Connection will not be counted for the period 12:00:00-12:00:59 and the period 12:00:30-12:01:29). The Uptime Percentage for User Interface shall be measured based on the industry standard monitoring tools Qubit uses.

  • Disruption , as used in this part, means the cost effect upon, or the increased cost of performing, the unchanged work due to a change to the contract.

  • Feasible means capable of being accomplished in a successful manner within a reasonable period of time, taking into account economic, environmental, social, and technological factors.

  • Therefore Rule 6e-2 does not permit either mixed funding or shared funding because the relief granted by Rule 6e-2(b)(15) is not available with respect to a scheduled premium variable life insurance separate account that owns shares of an underlying fund that also offers its shares to a variable annuity or a flexible premium variable life insurance separate account of the same company or of any affiliated life insurance company. Rule 6e-2(b)(15) also does not permit the sale of shares of the underlying fund to Qualified Plans.

  • Respite means short-term care and supervision provided to an individual on a periodic or intermittent basis because of the temporary absence of, or need for relief of, the primary care giver.

  • Adequate means that which is needed to accomplish the intended purpose in keeping with good public health practice.

  • Economically disadvantaged means a pupil who has been determined eligible for free or reduced-price meals as determined under the Richard B. Russell national school lunch act, 42 USC 1751 to 1769j; who is in a household receiving supplemental nutrition assistance program or temporary assistance for needy families assistance; or who is homeless, migrant, or in foster care, as reported to the center.

  • Reasonable Commercial Efforts means, with respect to the applicable obligation of the Company, reasonable commercial efforts for similarly situated, publicly-traded companies.

  • Good faith effort means an EMPLOYER has exhausted all reasonable means to comply with any affirmative action, hiring, or contractual goal(s) pursuant to the First Source law and Agreement.

  • Precision means the degree to which repeated measurements under unchanged conditions show the same results (Figure 1).

  • Needed means: For the implementation of the Project: Access Rights are Needed if, without the grant of such Access Rights, carrying out the tasks assigned to the recipient Party would be technically or legally impossible, significantly delayed, or require significant additional financial or human resources. For Exploitation of own Results: Access Rights are Needed if, without the grant of such Access Rights, the Exploitation of own Results would be technically or legally impossible.

  • Mitigate means DST’s deployment of security controls as necessary, in its discretion, which are reasonably designed to reduce the adverse effects of threats and reduce risk exposure.

  • Unforeseen means not anticipated or expected and occurring after the effective date of coverage.

  • Shortage means that a grain dealer does not have a sufficient amount of farm produce by class and quality to cover the grain dealer's outstanding warehouse receipt obligations for that farm produce.

  • Excessive meaning either repeated unprofessional use or any single event of consumption giving rise to significant intoxication or unprofessional behavior;

  • Workaround means a change in the procedures followed or data supplied by Customer to avoid an Error without substantially impairing Customer’s use of the Software.

  • Unforeseeable means not reasonably foreseeable by an experienced contractor by the Base Date.