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incompatible

1. Med (esp of two drugs or two types of blood) incapable of being combined or used together; antagonistic
2. Logic (of two propositions) unable to be both true at the same time
3. of plants
a. not capable of forming successful grafts
b. incapable of fertilizing each other
4. Maths another word for inconsistent
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New Delhi [India], Jun 21 ( ANI ): In a major breakthrough in kidney transplant, a team of doctors has conducted an ABO incompatible kidney transplant on the youngest child in SAARC region.
This process starts with an altruistic donor whose kidney is transplanted into someone who had a willing but incompatible donor.
Under the law, if a public official accepts an incompatible office, he is deemed to have resigned from the previous office, and thus Purisima would be deemed resigned as PNP chief, she said.
The rule means that another office is incompatible when the nature and duties of the two offices are such as to render it improper, from considerations of public policy, for one person to retain both offices.
However, the application for interim measures was rejected by the General Court in July 2013, and in any case appeals do not suspend a Member State's obligation to recover aid that has been deemed incompatible
Regarding the rest of the 25 percent incompatible apps, Nokia says that these apps need a little retouch which could take around 8 hours to port.
Owing to the independent inheritance of the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) and blood group antigen (ABO) systems, it is possible that a highly HLA-matched solid organ may be ABO incompatible.
On 17 July, the European Commission referred Greece to the EU Court of Justice for failing to comply with two distinct Commission decisions that ordered the country to recover incompatible state aid from three casinos and from Aluminium of Greece SA.
This release profile, a bi-layer technology that delivers stable, active formulation of ingredients that otherwise may be incompatible or difficult to co-formulate, works more effectively.
Some articles of the recently approved sukuk law are "definitely incompatible with Islamic Shari'a law", said Abdallah Al-Naggar, a member of the Al-Azhar Council of Senior Scholars.
LONDON, Nov 1 (KUNA) -- The UK government's plans for a new generation of secret courts has faced a fresh setback when its own human rights watchdog warned the proposals could be incompatible with the law, it emerged here Thursday.
To make it even more confusing, sometimes two types of greases are manufactured as a mixed base grease, although they are incompatible when mixed in operation.