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nonterminal

(ˌnɒnˈtɜːmɪnəl)
adj
not forming or leading to the end
Translations
non-terminal
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For surgical treatment of BCC, curettage and electrodessication may be considered for low-risk tumors in nonterminal hair-bearing locations.
1) a mathematical calculation or axiomatic derivation in which one starts at the top of a page with a horizontally written initial statement and uses axioms and rules of inference to work downward through a series of modified statements, finally terminating on the bottom line or conclusion; (2) a cellular automaton which begins as a horizontal line of contiguous colored squares or cells, and evolves downward line by line as chromatic transformation rules are applied to the cells of each line in succession; and (3) a grammatical derivation in which, by a series of substitutions, a start symbol evolves through a derivational series of nonterminal expressions to a communicable terminal expression.
Note that it is well known that in filled polymer systems, a nonterminal rheological behavior of the sample at low frequency is indicative of formation of a particle-induced structure to an extent that depends of the polymer/particle interactions [58].
251) In 1994, the BOP slightly expanded the circumstances permitting compassionate release for severe but nonterminal illnesses, but not for non-medical reasons.
And although medical dfrectives typically spring into effect when a patient is terminally ill, many jurisdictions allow their applicability in nonterminal conditions such as irreversible unconscious states or where the likely risks and burdens of treatment would outweigh any expected benefits (Hawaii is such a state under HRS [section] 327E-16).
It's never comfortable playing the atrocity game of comparing death tolls, but it's necessary when fashioning public-policy priorities: notably, the CDC calculates that 75,000 Americans die each year of HA-I, or Healthcare Associated Infections, a fancy term for the deaths of otherwise nonterminal patient caused by lethal bacteria in hospitals.
N , introduce a new nonterminal B, add productions [A.
where c is the codon integer value in genotype and r is the number of rule choices for the current nonterminal symbol in BNF grammar.
First, we assessed general contraceptive awareness: whether respondents were aware of any method, any modern method, any nonterminal modern method and any traditional method.
They want to see a law enacted in their state that broadens the parameters of Oregon's law to include nonterminal illnesses.
The equality/inequality conditions associated with the condition nodes of the graph are represented by trees consisting of three kinds of nodes, root nodes, nonterminal nodes, and terminal nodes, as shown in Figure 3.
A gran who suffered nonterminal illnesses starved herself to death after making the decision to end her own life.