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- adj. Not inflammatory; not able to inflame.
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- adj. not inflammatory.
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- adj. not inflammatory
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However I was shocked to discover that my very noninflammatory remarks were not being posted.
Additionally, a 2007 study done in Rome linked smoking with greater incidence of noninflammatory acne and reduced skin secretions of vitamin E.
The article identifies possible sources of personal and political bias in tax policy scholarship and suggests that scholars should seek neutral, noninflammatory means to analyze the rights and duties of wealthy taxpayers under the Internal Revenue Code.
Tess tried to think of a noncommittal, noninflammatory reply.
Littell's May 10th report on the meeting called these remarks noninflammatory.
And, again, this is always kind of inflammatory; I want to have a noninflammatory talk about it.
The color scheme was pleasant: blues and greens in soothing, noninflammatory shades.
The infiltration is noninflammatory in character and produces an insensibility of the skin like the excessive stocking which we see in debilitated animals after exposure to cold.
His speech was noninflammatory, in keeping with his new role as a guy who everyone is beginning, in desperation, to tag as a potential bridge-builder.
Keratoconus and related noninflammatory corneal thinning disorders.