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  • n. Absence of activity.


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non- +‎ activity


  • And, of course, there is the nonactivity of lounging around your hotel and taking a dip in the pool, something I highly recommend come noontime, when, although I visited in 70-degrees October, the humidity can still be brutal.

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  • And so this is a situation that's very complicated and complex because you basically have a case of economic nonactivity, so whether-

    President Gingrich?

  • Had it not been for this enforced nonactivity, I would never have been still long enough to have devoured Sudden Spring.

    The Grace to Race

  • So I'll just end it here and spare you all from rampage of utter mental nonactivity.

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  • A few people with fire cannot break a history of nonactivity.

    Evolutionary Leadership

  • After months of nonactivity, Neonopolis in downtown Las Vegas will soon have new tenants that could revitalize the dormant non-casino area at the end of Fremont St. At the very least, it will provide some new jobs.

    Las Vegas News Blog

  • I didn’t know beauty pageants had all of these rules regarding sexual nonactivity.


  • In rare moments of nonactivity, Auberon likes to sit here on his own, enjoying the room’s noble proportions, and considering the many things that worry and console him.

    Hound in the Left-hand Corner, The


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