Example sentences for: impractical

How can you use “impractical” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • However, manual approaches to data analysis are sometimes impractical or cumbersome, inspiring the development of tools to accomplish the three goals described above.

  • However, if this is impractical because of the large volumes of water required, such as in flow-through tests, the highest effluent concentration (lowest salinity) that could be tested would depend upon the salinity of the receiving water and the tolerance of the test organisms.

  • The roofs of both the North Tower and the South Tower were sloped and cluttered surfaces with radiation hazards, making them impractical for helicopter landings and as staging areas for civilians.

  • Based on that guidance, fast pay is currently subject to a limitation of $25,000 per invoice and the following conditions: (1) geographical separation and lack of communication facilities make it impractical to make timely payments based on evidence of acceptance, (2) suppliers who will be paid under the procedure have agreed to repair, correct, or replace goods or services not conforming to requirements, and (3) and it is limited to suppliers who have had and continue to have a good ongoing business relationship with the agency.

  • In any case, it is likely that many miRNAs will not be amenable to direct cloning, including those that are present at very low levels (be they poorly expressed, highly unstable, inefficiently processed, or expressed by small numbers of cells) or whose expression is otherwise restricted to times and/or locations for which the isolation of sufficient amounts of RNA for cloning is impractical.


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