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- adj. Not existent
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A complex number is something of the form a+ib where a and b are real numbers and i is that "unexistent" square root of -1 some of us meet in highschool some in college.
But a retrograde cognition of times past, & things which have already been, is more satisfactory than a suspended knowledge of what is yet unexistent.
It is a well known fact that child rapists, get raped, and like in his case brutal murderers are treated with no respect for their feelings, their well being and comfort is somethings unexistent there, everything is restricted
Their loyalty as friends was amazingly unexistent yet they still felt they needed to be around me and force themselves on me which is something else I observed in people later as well.
Sometimes in the laptop's Network Connections, both the wireless and the local connection Connectivity show as "Local access only", but other times the wireless even says "Local and Internet Access" (while the local says nothing, and its status is just "Active" instead of [un] identified), but still, the effective connectivity keeps being unexistent.
Although he could see and move and hear, and, no doubt, eat and drink in this world, he was unexistent as regards the inhabitants of it, and yet he knew perfectly well he was standing by the side of the road where the motor-car ought to be, and over there, a few hundred yards away, Niti would be sitting in her room or walking in the garden -- and she wouldn't be born for nearly a thousand years yet.