the quality of being unable to exist or work in congenial combination
the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time
(immunology) the degree to which the body's immune system will try to reject foreign material (as transfused blood or transplanted tissue)
- Due to ABO incompatibility
- Incompatibility of the aid
- Incompatibility of the misused aid
- Incompatibility of the modified scheme
- Immunological haemolysis due to ABO incompatibility
- Not fulfilling a condition would lead to incompatibility.
- This incompatibility no longer exists following Mr PIETTE’s resignation as a Minister,
- This incompatibility shall also apply to surveyors employed by the recognised organisation.
- Effect of the incompatibility of the misused aid on the entire restructuring plan
- However, there are some exceptions to the principle of incompatibility laid down in Article 87(1).
- Finally, the effect of the incompatibility of the misuse must be determined.
- Immunological haemolysis due to ABO incompatibility Immunological haemolysis due to other allo-antibody
- Incompatibility of the unlimited warranties under the Framework agreement and the comfort letter
- the need to refuse access where there is an incompatibility of technical specifications which cannot reasonably be overcome;
- Germany therefore argues that the Commission is no longer authorised to establish the aid’s incompatibility with the common market.