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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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Within many organizations, two or more courses of action often are needed to achieve a single goal, because incompatible systems prevent the exchange of information.
Mrs Blood is seeking a declaration that this is incompatible with the rights of her and her children.
XML and Web Page Design--Not Yet: Generic XML is not widely used as a Web page presentation format for many reasons, the first being incompatible browser support.
In the flankers paradigm, distractors presented at the same time as the target can produce enhanced performance for compatible flankers and impaired performance for incompatible ones.
This removable storage device connects to a PC or Mac, laptop or desktop, via a USB cable (USB ports of Toshiba and NEC laptops may be incompatible with the device).
Alternatives whose characteristic levels in that aspect are incompatible with the client's preferences are eliminated.
The two are not incompatible for Benedictine Sister Christine Vladimiroff, prioress of the Mount St.
The microfilm acts as a barrier between normally incompatible ingredients allowing manufacturers to mix normally incompatible ingredients, volatile herbs and spices and delicate flavours within the pizza base.
The novel structure results when the dimension of a manufactured part approaches the size of one of the components in an incompatible mixture of polymers.
But a six-month trial partnership ended due to the companies' "incompatible goals?
Communication between companies and government agencies is still often effected via fax or electronic communication between incompatible systems.
As Long, who went on to win the gold medal in the 1964 Olympics, put it: "When I was a freshman in high school, the experts on such things were still saying that weight lifting was incompatible with being flexible and maintaining explosive speed.