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- adj. Not moving; stationary; inert.
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- adj. Not moving. Opposite of
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- adj. not in motion
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All I know is that there were stones on Stacy's nonmoving face and they're going to remove negative energy and basically this treatment is over $250.
· Falling/jumping from nonmoving cart/tractor/vehicle
Panting, Eva was approaching the nonmoving exhaust fan.
Here the moss grew in wide mats covering the forest floor and over the trunks of the nonmoving trees.
The team had gotten five hours of nonmoving sleep, then continued on at four a.m., with Mati's sister Jennie in the van.
The nonmoving party opposes the motion, and makes the quoted statement in its brief in opposition.
The nonmoving opposition wants the court to find that the moving party is ugly.
However, to defeat a motion for summary judgment, the nonmoving party must show more than “a scintilla of evidence,” “some metaphysical doubt as to the material facts,” or “conclusory allegations or unsubstantiated speculation;” rather, the opposing party “must offer some hard evidence showing that its version of the events is not wholly fanciful” and is such that a “jury could reasonably find for it.”
People can often miss how high my pain level is because I become silent and nonmoving, trying to preserve all energies and keep from moving.
It has been claimed that the Einstein refrigerator is portable, made of inexpensive, nonmoving parts, operates silently, and is very reliable.