Incapable | Definition of Incapable by Merriam-Webster
The four rights groups — Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, the Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect, and Fortify Rights — said Myanmar’s government is incapable of bringing those responsible for such crimes to justice.
Incapable dictionary definition | incapable defined
lacking the necessary ability, competence, strength, etc.; not legally qualified or eligible · not allowing or admitting; not able to accept or experience: incapable of ...
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Narcissistic Parents Are Literally Incapable Of Loving ...
Recent studies suggest that narcissistic parents are incapable of loving others — even their own children.
LEGAL POSITION OF PERSONS INCAPABLE OF MANAGING THEIR OWN ...
access to justice for all LEGAL POSITION OF PERSONS INCAPABLE OF MANAGING . THEIR OWN AFFAIRS
Trey Gowdy: 'Congress has proven itself incapable of ...
He included the House Intelligence Committee probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election in that assessment.
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Law Schools. ABA Is Still Cracking Down On Law Schools That Admit Students Who Seem Incapable Of Graduating, Passing Bar Exam Which law schools will be the next to face the ABA’s wrath?
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Rape | Definition of Rape by Merriam-Webster
1: unlawful sexual activity and usually sexual intercourse carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against a person's will or with a person who is beneath a certain age or incapable of valid consent because of mental illness, mental deficiency, intoxication, unconsciousness, or deception — compare sexual assault, statutory rape