not: negation of a word or group of words; "he does not speak French"; "she is not going"; "they are not friends"; "not many"; "not much"; "not at all"
Boyd Blake Rice (born December 16, 1956) is an American experimental sound/noise musician using the name of NON since the mid-1970s, archivist, actor, photographer, author, member of the Partridge Family Temple religious group, co-founder of the UNPOP art movement and current staff writer for ...
Non is a fictional villain appearing in the DC Comics universe. An enemy of Superman, he is an associate of General Zod. He first appeared in the 1978 film Superman: The Movie, where he was portrayed by actor/former boxer Jack O'Halloran (who reprised the role in the 1980 sequel Superman II). ...
Obsolete form of none
One of the streams flowing from Hvergelmer.
That portion of the Cedar River Watershed land base that is not part of the designated ecological Reserve reserve and in which timber can be harvested for commercial purposes. (See also Matrix.)
Lower-level blocking operations that are provided by the operating system. The task scheduler is unaware of noncooperative blocking; to the scheduler, the blocked tasks are indistinguishable from running tasks.See cooperative blocking.
response error. The difference on measures between those who respond to a survey and those who do not respond.
pref un-, non- (added to a: a opposite of ...; added to n of same form as v: n non-, lack of ...; becomes no- before N)
Latin for 'not'. Used to differentiate between various applications of a name to different plant entities by different authors.
[Latin, Not.] A common prefix used to indicate negation.
metal - class of elements that includes oxygen, sulfur and hydrogen. Are not good conductors of electricity and heat, and are often liquids or gases.
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(French, Italian) not, no
In nomenclature, it means 'not' as in "Artemisia lanata Willd. non Lam."---when Willdenow in 1823 gave a new plant the same name that Lamarmarck had used in 1783 for a different plant.