With most of Japan's private wealth held in its banks and credit unions, the consequences of a collapse of the financial system are simply imponderable .
We appreciate that this case raises difficult problems in sentencing, but we would say the Court should not be deterred by the difficult and imponderable nature of dealing with cases such as these.
I don't have answers, but I do have the deep, imponderable questions that plague the world of business.
Calculation of consequences is always more imponderable than deduction from principles, so the room for disagreement remains considerable.
So he accepted Empedocles elements as a kind of intermediary between this imponderable stuff and the tangible world.
Some can be answered while others remain the imponderable stuff of philosophy.
What the characters are thinking and feeling and what they are doing is often as imponderable and revelatory to them as to us.
Their superstar nuptials attract acclamation of imponderable scale, the industry falls at their feet in supplication, and the simplest family outing becomes an event of global import.
This is the big imponderable , and I think it's gravely serious.
Piling pebbles upon the beach, the water laps against the sky, the low sound measuring time's loss, the imponderable construction of a memory.