noncirculating love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not circulating.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ circulating

Examples

  • In an aerated, noncirculating system, the water must be changed every few hours to remove waste material that replaces oxygen in the water.

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  • Scarpetta pointsout the livor mortis pattern, a reddish-purple discoloration caused by noncirculating blood settling due to gravity.

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  • You can read the noncirculating material in relative peace and quiet and check out just what you have time to read when you have time to read it.

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  • The plan has raised concerns among librarians about their jobs and among library patrons, who fear that creating a circulating library in the main branch, now a noncirculating research library, would result in fewer books being available.

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  • The more than two million items in the noncirculating stacks, built in 1911 under the main reading room, will be moved elsewhere in the building or into storage in New Jersey.

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  • The plan has raised concerns among librarians about their jobs and among library patrons, who fear that creating a circulating library in the main branch, now a noncirculating research library, would result in books being discarded.

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  • First, O’Neil said, Internet access to information rendered some of the noncirculating reference materials unnecessary, so she transferred about half of them — about 250 books — to the general collection so people can check them out.

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