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The Braille on the columns is completely unreadable because the dots are indented.
Some researchers argue this makes the knowledge and discoveries discussed in the articles unreadable to both scientists and lay people alike.Why scientific papers are growing increasingly inscrutable|Hannah Seo|August 25, 2020|Popular-Science
The race to the bottom has created sites that are cluttered and slow, with struggling local news outlets particularly unreadable.Inside Tony Haile’s expedition to (help) save the news business |Steven Perlberg|July 27, 2020|Digiday
Conversely, terrible writing on page one (the case with several exciting mega-bestsellers) renders something unreadable for me.
Hamilton would soak the cardboard packaging of the EPO until the label was unreadable.Lance Armstrong’s Teammate Tells All: ‘The Secret Race’ By Tyler Hamilton|The Daily Beast|September 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The handwriting on the short note is a combination of odd angled block letters and an unreadable signature.
Their books tried hard to be edgy and hipper-than-thou, but ended up being an unreadable mess instead.
I thought about that quip later in the interview when Doyle offered the opinion that James Joyce was nearly unreadable.
Graduates that have been in use a long time, especially for measuring alkalies, become unreadable.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
Here two tremendous patches of ink left some words that followed quite unreadable.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever
On the other hand, Cabbalistic works become almost unreadable on account of the prevalence of Semitic over German words.
Most of the book is altogether unreadable from any human point of view, as I feel only too well in my deluge of proofs.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
It is unreadable, and to quote his own sensible words, ‘It is useless to criticise what nobody reads.’Obiter Dicta|Augustine Birrell