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nondestructively

Definitions

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  • adverb In a nondestructive manner; without causing destruction.

Etymologies

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nondestructive +‎ -ly

Examples

  • His research technique is called DNS cache snooping, a method of nondestructively examining patterns of DNS use.

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  • Instead it suggests that for a long time big chunks of Amazonia were used nondestructively by clever people who knew tricks we have yet to learn.

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  • Instead it suggests that for a long time big chunks of Amazonia were used nondestructively by clever people who knew tricks we have yet to learn.

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  • From July 26 to August 2, Tucker unearthed remains of 44 individuals and drove them to Golder's Denver office to nondestructively analyze them to determine the individuals 'ages and sex.

    Salvage Operation Angers Tribe, Concerns White House

  • They applied high-resolution X-ray computed tomography to nondestructively visualize the interior of ancient skulls.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Retouch photos nondestructively using edge-aware brushes that let you easily apply or remove image adjustments from selected parts of your photos.

    MacBytes.com

  • Prostate cancer involving the skeleton can elicit a host bone response that differentially affects the cortex compared to trabeculae and that can be quantified noninvasively in vivo and nondestructively ex vivo.

    Elites TV

  • Prostate cancer involving the skeleton can elicit a host bone response that differentially affects the cortex compared to trabeculae and that can be quantified noninvasively in vivo and nondestructively ex vivo.

    Elites TV

  • Use these Quick Brushes to lighten and darken select parts of an image nondestructively.

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  • Retouch photos nondestructively using edge-aware brushes that let you easily apply or remove image adjustments from selected parts of your photos.

    MacBytes.com

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