from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • pro. No person; nobody.

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  • pro. Not one person, nobody.
  • pro. The logical negation of someone.


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  • Daskal said his group has no non-Jewish members "because no one applied."

    Orthodox communities rely on patrols for safety

  • Even so, if there is an interplay with mercury, top scientists in the autoimmune-mercury field caution that there is probably no one single environmental trigger that is causing autism, just as there is no one single gene that is causing it.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The Colussus has always been a colossal waste, and the riddle of Your Father's Identity confounds no one but yourself.


  • Since the majority of patients take years to be diagnosed, we have no records of who has autoimmune diseases in America, and studies linking specific autogens to the triggering of autoimmune diseases are relatively new and all too easily dismissed by industry, chances are that in most communities where such clusters surreptitiously exist no one is even asking the question.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The Log Cabin Republicans asked the court Friday to deny the motion, saying "an on-again, off-again status of the District Court's injunction benefits no one and plays havoc with the constitutional rights of American service members."

    Court: 'don't ask, don't tell' will stay in place

  • “LA Control,” he said, hardly believing his own words, “there is no one on board the target.”

    The Ark

  • One of the regulars at the Jovialite remembered that no one ever saw a dirty ashtray in the club, because Romano had so many people on the payroll.

    One of a Kind

  • While investigating one growth factor, called pleiotrophin, that has been around for a while—though no one has known its exact effect—Hoke uncovered something surprising.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Today, no one at the Albany, New York, office of the DEC, from which the East Ferry project was overseen, is willing to talk about what might have happened back then to result in so many residents remaining uninformed for so long.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The Corsis as a rule never were ones to open up with conversation around the family dinner table, so typically it fell to Ulrika to pepper their talk with loaded questions or open-ended statements that no one dared avoid.



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