unavailability

[ UK /ʌnɐvˌe‍ɪləbˈɪlɪti/ ]
[ US /ənəˌveɪɫəˈbɪɫɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of not being available when needed
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How To Use unavailability In A Sentence

  • Infant and child mortality are high due to unsanitary living conditions and the unavailability of state-of-the-art medical technology.
  • The unavailability of easy credit facilities like micro-credit and lack of diversification of crops or other earning opportunities will add to their miseries. Global Voices in English » India: A wave of suicides among farmers
  • Although there was nothing to prevent him from practising surgery, the biggest handicap was the unavailability of basic infrastructural facilities.
  • Fewer transactions and the unavailability of bank debt means 50 per cent less activity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Many of the problems were caused by the unavailability of suitable equipment.
  • And there are unique complaints as well such as unavailability of images that are supposed to come with the questions. The Times of India
  • The biggest challenge facing the high tech business community over the next 12 months is the unavailability of capital.
  • For contrasting Admiral Kimmel’s statements concerning the lack of long range air search plans and the so-called unavailability of scouting aircraft on the morning of December 7, 1941, see the actual status of the long-range planes that were available to him at Pearl Harbor that morning in PHPT 24, p. DAY OF DECEIT
  • However, in the early stages of his theory development, he had accepted the use of current replacement costs for inventories and index prices for some durables, due to his recognition of the unavailability of market selling prices.
  • An analytical solution to the instantaneous state probability was found, and the average unavailability during the evaluation period was derived to replace the steady-state value.
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