incompatibility


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incompatibility

[‚in·kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(immunology)
Genetic or antigenic differences between donor and recipient tissues that result in a rejection response.
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'I fear there is at present a general incompatibility between Louisa, and - and - and almost all the relations in which I have placed her,' was her father's sorrowful reply.
Now, there's an incompatibility of some sort or another, I am given to understand by you, between your daughter and me.
'To a softening down of your ideas of the incompatibility?' said Bounderby.
What I shall say to people in general, of the incompatibility that led to my so laying down the law, will be this.
'I should hope, if there was any incompatibility to meet the pecuniary obligations,' said Miss La Creevy with another cough,
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While the majority of judges expressed a view that the regime is incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), they did not go so far as to make a formal declaration of incompatibility - a move that would probably have forced a law change.