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- adj. Not sensitive; lacking sensory perception.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not sensitive; wanting sense or perception; not easily affected.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sensitive; not keenly alive to impressions from external objects.
- Wanting sense or perception.
- n. One having no sense or perception.
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- adj. never having had security classification
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FBI spokesmen publicly sought to downplay the damage, saying the compromised commercial server -- maintained by AT&T -- was used exclusively for unclassified and "nonsensitive" communications that did not involve ongoing investigations.
A World Bank official said Saturday the network link with the IMF "involved nonpublic, nonsensitive information and it was cut out of an abundance of caution."
A World Bank official said the link with the IMF "involved nonpublic, nonsensitive information."
For U.S. investors, an existing threshold of A$953 million will remain for investments in nonsensitive sectors.
To make such a program work, Congress would need to direct agencies to cordon off a certain number of nonsensitive jobs -- such as mail room, janitorial or maintenance work -- for ex-offenders, he said.
US gov't secrecy wastes money, erodes security, and locks up nonsensitive info
Sana shools appear to act on several different kinds of nerve endings at once, induce sensitivity to touch and cold in nerves that are ordinarily nonsensitive, and so perhaps cause a kind of general neurological confusion.
Requiring mandatory FBI background checks on foreign nationals from sensitive countries visiting or assigned to department facilities and all nonsensitive country foreign nationals who will have accessed and sensitive technology in areas.
What criteria could be established that could possibly distinguish objectively between "sensitive" and nonsensitive investments?
The wound is protected in unshod horses, either by completely bandaging the foot and retaining, in contact with the wound, cotton that is saturated with iodin and glycerin, or, if a minor injury exists, the moderately enlarged opening in the nonsensitive sole or frog, which has been moistened with the antiseptic, is packed with a very small quantity of cotton.