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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.
They include both sounds that communicate information, like speech, and noncommunicating ones, such as the sound of the wind.
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.
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.
"noncommunicating stories" of Western Europe and the Soviet bloc were more "accidental outcomes of history" than ironclad realities.