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  • adj. Not perfect


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  • The fact that he held on beyond that is largely due to the amazing work of Dr. Buckley, whose extensive work with SCID patients 123 of them over twenty-seven years and mastery of a bone-marrow transplant technique in which “nonperfect” bone-marrow matches may be used essentially saved his life.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • Neither vermilion nor gamboge is reliably permanent. 16 The practical value of the triangles would be limited if the materials used to construct it were incompatible or otherwise unstable. reference Finally, although it is unlikely that this was deliberate, Mayer's use of nonperfect colors in mixtures has the effect of emphasizing his point that nearly any coloring material could be adapted to his techniques of color composition and identification. reference

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • They don't feel they have go to Mosques because that would be associating with nonperfect Muslims.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2001

  • "Movement of Imperfection," which they say allows the parents of nonperfect children to be proud.


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