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  • adj. Not communicating


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  • Nokia is donating a patent for methods of recycling obsolete cellphones into noncommunicating calculators and personal digital assistants.

    Companies to Share Eco-Friendly Patents

  • They include both sounds that communicate information, like speech, and noncommunicating ones, such as the sound of the wind.

    The Aggregate of Forms of Physical Phenomena

  • He looked rested and clean, and moved comfortably in his slow hunchbacked fashion with the knowing eyes and the noncommunicating face.


  • It seems clear that at least up to the sixth century it was usual for all who were confirmed to communicate whenever they were present, unless they were under penance; but the custom of noncommunicating attendance was growing up.

    The Church and the Barbarians Being an Outline of the History of the Church from A.D. 461 to A.D. 1003

  • In the corporate world, various aspects of security were historically addressed separately - notably by distinct and often noncommunicating departments for IT security, physical security, and fraud prevention.

    The New Nation

  • "noncommunicating stories" of Western Europe and the Soviet bloc were more "accidental outcomes of history" than ironclad realities.

    NYT > Home Page


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