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  • adjective Not a power

Etymologies

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non- +‎ power

Examples

  • However, none of the nonpower arithmetics studied so far nor other alternative redundant representations are able to match the actual degeneracy of the genetic code.

    The Weasel Thread

  • If Congress paid for nonpower operations, most of which are performed elsewhere by federal agencies anyway, it would have a compelling reason to keep an eye on the utility.

    Tennessee Gets a Lesson in Unaccountable Government

  • In 1997, Congress cut off TVA's tax dollars completely after Duke Energy, Southern Company and others lobbied for the government to stop paying for the utility's environmental initiatives, economic development plans, and other nonpower programs.

    Tennessee Gets a Lesson in Unaccountable Government

  • The old-fashioned nonpower reel mower is making a comeback, reports Brian Sargent:

    dustbury.com » An increase in reel terms

  • The E.P.A. provides a fair amount of explanation on just what REC's are - essentially nontangible assets representing "the environmental, social, and other nonpower qualities of renewable electricity generation."

    NYT > Home Page

  • The E.P.A. provides a fair amount of explanation on just what REC's are - essentially nontangible assets representing "the environmental, social, and other nonpower qualities of renewable electricity generation."

    NYT > Home Page

  • The E.P.A. provides a fair amount of explanation on just what REC's are - essentially nontangible assets representing "the environmental, social, and other nonpower qualities of renewable electricity generation."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Conversely, "nonpower users," those less comfortable with technology or willing to take advantage of a more convenient approach, enjoyed a personalized experience the most.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Conversely, "nonpower users," those less comfortable with technology or willing to take advantage of a more convenient approach, enjoyed a personalized experience the most.

    Penn State Live

  • Conversely, "nonpower users," those less comfortable with technology or willing to take advantage of a more convenient approach, enjoyed a personalized experience the most.

    Penn State Live

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  • (noun) - The position of a sheep when on its back and unable to get up. Fat sheep, at the time when their fleeces are at the fullest growth, very often get upon their backs, and having nothing to kick against are unable to turn. The situation is dangerous inasmuch as the animal's struggles soon bring on inflammation of the bowels. Somerset. --Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary, 1896-1905

    January 26, 2018