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  • adj. Not digital.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ digital

Examples

  • A nondigital theater costs about $70,000 per screen to convert, plus a 3-D add-on of $20,000 to $30,000 if the equipment is purchased rather than licensed, according to the National Association of Theater Owners.

    The Godfathers Of Film Take On 3-D*

  • Between 2004 and 2009 time spent online increased by roughly 120% to the current average of roughly 15 hours per week, compared to less than three hours on nondigital content.

    New Phase For Publishing Industry

  • Electronics the nondigital kind works well provided the activity somehow can be represented as the movement of electrons.

    The Nature of Technology

  • Warner Music Group Corp. 's reported Thursday that its fiscal second-quarter loss widened sharply on write-downs of its investments in two music-streaming firms, while consumers continue to shun nondigital recordings.

    Warner Music Loss Widens on Write-Downs

  • Write to Mike Barris at mike. barris@dowjones.com Warner Music Group Corp. 's fiscal-second-quarter loss widened sharply on write-downs of its investments in two digital-music start-ups, while consumers continue to eschew nondigital recordings.

    Warner Music Loss Widens on Write-Downs

  • The archive's staff is also hard at work on a more ambitious project of digitizing the nondigital -- i.e. books -- and creating a freely available repository of the world's literature.

    GOOD Magazine: Digital Alexandria

  • The Net is even weaving itself into the college dating scene, arguably the last stronghold of nondigital social interaction on campus.

    HOW THE WEB BINDS COLLEGE LIFE

  • The possibility that Dean could do so is leading some nondigital powers that be -- labor-union chieftains -- to overlook the doctor's penchant for aiming shots at his own foot, the most recent being his condescending description of Southern, working-class white men as "guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks."

    Raising A Red Flag

  • As more museums and archives become digital domains, and as electronic resources become the main tool for gathering information, items left behind in nondigital form, scholars and archivists say, are in danger of disappearing from the collective cultural memory, potentially leaving our historical fabric riddled with holes.

    History, Digitized (and Abridged)

  • I've already embraced multiple digital and nondigital tools for composing in writing workshop.

    Teaching and Learning in a Digital World

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