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Use "unviable" in a sentence
"Right now, the most promising lead is that it involved the regulation of developmental processes, yet all attempts to change those early processes by mutation have resulted in unviable or infertile freaks."
"A separate Palestinian state would most likely remain unviable and impoverished, whereas a "Jewish" state with a rising non-Jewish minority will increasingly be at odds with the principles of democracy and equality."
"Blacks are expected to exercise their political ambitions in unviable, poverty-stricken, arid, bantustan homelands, ghettoes of misery, inexhaustible reservoirs of cheap black labor, bantustans into which South Africa is being balkanized."