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  • adj. Alternative spelling of nonexistent.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Born to Believe

  • 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.

    Treaty would stop the blind from reading

  • First, they used the mainstream media to have her publicly tried, and found guilty, of the non-existent crime of illegal file sharing.

    Jammie Thomas-Rasset: file sharing thief

  • 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.

    Canadian high speed isn’t

  • Psystar claims Apple asking for non-existent, redundant info AppleIsider

    p2pnet World Headlines – May 11, 2009

  • 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.

    Are Spring Training Games Pointless?

  • 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.

    Harry Reid wins!

  • 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.

    The Hard Sell: Direct Line

  • 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.

    Paul Tullis: Tax Cut = Growth? Actually Not So Much

  • But her record of accomplishment in Congress is non-existent, he said.

    Minnesota Spice

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