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  • adjective Not running (in various senses).


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non- +‎ running


  • The University of Michigan women rely on the elliptical machine for a full-body, nonrunning workout.

    Young Runners

  • The feel-good effects of running facilitate better family relationships, according to psychologists, who note that young runners tend to be more confident and less vulnerable to peer pressure than their nonrunning classmates.

    Young Runners

  • It also offers the usual onboard entertainment and all-you-can-eat buffets, so you could even get nonrunning family members to tag along.

    Extreme Jogging

  • He extracted the center slice, which held the engine, and rejoined what was left to create a skinny, doofy-looking, nonrunning vehicle that accommodated one passenger in front, one in back.

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  • The American Cancer Society's Cars for a Cure program is accepting donations of most running and nonrunning vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, motor homes, boats, jet skis, motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles.

    Thousand Oaks Acorn

  • "The big toe is lined up with the rest, not divergent, the way you see with apes and our closest nonrunning relatives," Dr. Bramble said.

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  • In 2007, Chrysler announced the launch of a program called ENVI aimed at developing electric cars, but other than a few nonrunning concepts displayed at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, not much information on the project had leaked out since.



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