Definitions

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  • adj. Not endemic.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ endemic

Examples

  • Pneumonic plague poses a potentially increasing risk to humans in plague nonendemic regions either as a consequence of an aerosolized release or through importation of the disease.

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  • Additionally, FLW has had a rich history of introducing nonendemic sponsors to fishing enthusiasts since 1997.

  • Such heterogeneity principally results from differential effects of the various reported transthyretin mutations, the geographic region the patient is from and, in the case of the most common mutation, Val30Met, whether or not large foci of cases occur (endemic versus nonendemic aggregation).

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  • Under-the-radar weekly for golf fanatics scores an ace for Condé Nast, winning serious nonendemic business (AT&T, Nissan, Perry Ellis) through hard work, not flash.

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  • P. malariae infection in chimpanzees and a human malaria parasite from nonhuman primates imported to a nonendemic country.

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  • "We're starting to get some attention from nonendemic advertisers, those who don't have products inside the construction industry, but who are seeking the U.S. Hispanic male market," said Kilpatrick.

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