- adj. alternative spelling of nonexistent.
“In fact, according to the research of Phil Zuckerman, a professor of sociology at Pitzer College, In sum, countries marked by high rates of organic atheism are among the most societally healthy on earth, while societies characterized by non-existent rates of organic atheism are among the most destitute.”
“However, in developing countries, the collections are super small, and even in the USA, access to works in languages other than English is practically non-existent.”
“First, they used the mainstream media to have her publicly tried, and found guilty, of the non-existent crime of illegal file sharing.”
“The fastest consumer speeds often come from fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services that are commonplace in countries like Japan (48 percent of consumers) and Korea (43 percent of consumers), but virtually non-existent in Canada.”
“Psystar claims Apple asking for non-existent, redundant info AppleIsider”
“Michael Wolverton of Baseball Prospectus did an analysis in 2009, running spring-training records of all teams from 1996 to 2009 and found that there is a relationship, but it's a very weak one—with a correlation co-efficient of .15 a 1 is a perfectly correlated relationship, 0 is no correlation—it may as well have been non-existent.”
“The Nevada race represented perhaps the starkest showdown in the national battle between the Tea Party insurgency and the Obama/Dem vision, with Angle unabashedly arguing for dramatically scaled back or even non-existent government against Reid, the leading enabler of the Obama agenda.”
“In Direct Line's latest he's convinced there must be a catch to salesman Chris Addison's straightforward pitch, and so congratulates him for non-existent chicanery.”
“McConnell and Boehner have repeated the Orwellian GOP strategy that if you repeat a lie often enough, people will start to believe it one that worked with Iraq's non-existent WMD.”
“But her record of accomplishment in Congress is non-existent, he said.”
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