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  • adj. Not repeatable.


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non- +‎ repeatable


  • Venture capital firms say they, too, are increasingly encountering cases of nonrepeatable studies, and cite it as a key reason why they are less willing to finance early-stage projects.

    Scientists' Elusive Goal: Reproducing Study Results

  • Has the research you are quoting been independently repeated by other researchers, or is it what physical scientists would call a "nonrepeatable result?"

    Is Private Health Insurance Impossible?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Since the integrated network is itself a nonrepeatable individual, it can have its own integrated network, and so on.


  • Readers responding to Martin Gardner's article "Quantum Theory and Quack Theory" (NYR, May 17) and the accompanying statement of my own about the need for reorganizing the clear distinction between (1) the strange but well-verified and repeatable features of quantum mechanics and (2) the pseudo-scientific, nonrepeatable and non-verified so-called extra sensory perception (SCESP) have asked for references for further study additional to those I cited.

    The Superluminal

  • He assigns such probabilities also to nonrepeatable events, and in his opinion it is this logical probability which most probabilists have in mind.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas


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