Definitions

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  • adj. Not shared.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ shared

Examples

  • "nonshared" or "unique" environment, but that is just a fudge factor introduced to make the numbers add up to 100 percent.

    Information Processing

  • These results, while perhaps not surprising, are somewhat at odds with a previous study that we conducted in North America (Vernon et al., in press) in which genetic factors contributed significantly to individual differences in the two positive humor styles, but contributed far less to the two negative styles, variance in which was instead largely due to shared and nonshared environmental factors.

    Humor and Dreaming

  • MZ correlations were approximately twice as large as DZ correlations for all four humor styles, and univariate behavioral genetic model fitting indicated that individual differences in all of them can be accounted for entirely by genetic and nonshared environmental factors, with heritabilities ranging from .34 to .49.

    Humor and Dreaming

  • Keep in mind that Windows clustering also uses nonshared storage; each server must have its own local hard drive.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • Clark’s idea was to spare the hosts that extra burden and build a network of identical, nonshared computers dedicated to routing.

    Where Wizards Stay Up Late

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