nonpenetrating love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not penetrating.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ penetrating

Examples

  • Brown said blunt force trauma involves "nonpenetrating" injuries such as concussions, contusions, lacerations, broken bones and abrasions, which are distinguished from penetrating wounds inflicted by stabbing or shooting.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The study used a new kind of nonpenetrating microelectrode that sits on the brain without poking into it.

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  • Consider going to see a treatment and having a close look at the needle, or, if you have a real phobia, choose the nonpenetrating form of the therapy (toyohari) mentioned earlier.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Should You Try Acupuncture?

  • M5 Modular Crowd Control Munition, with a range of 30 meters "is similar in operation to a claymore mine, but it delivers ... a strong, nonpenetrating blow to the body with multiple sub-munitions (600 rubber balls)."

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  • M5 Modular Crowd Control Munition, with a range of 30 meters "is similar in operation to a claymore mine, but it delivers … a strong, nonpenetrating blow to the body withmultiple sub-munitions (600 rubber balls)."

    With Shot and Shell or "Modular Crowd Control Munitions" - We Must Bend to Empire's Will

  • The end points are defined, metaphorically, by an intense, focussed-down-to-a-pinprick, highly penetrating “thoughtbeam” at the high end and a soft, diffuse, nonpenetrating beam at the low.

    The Muse in the Machine

  • The microelectrodes consisted of 16 nonpenetrating microwires at millimetre intervals in a 4x4 grid pattern.

    Medgadget

  • Modular Crowd Control Munition, with a range of 30 meters "is similar in operation to a claymore mine, but it delivers … a strong, nonpenetrating blow to the body with multiple sub-munitions (600 rubber balls)."

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