inexistent


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in·ex·is·tent

 (ĭn′ĭg-zĭs′tənt)
adj.
Having no existence; nonexistent.

in′ex·is′tence n.

inexistent

or

inexistant

adj
a rare word for nonexistent
ˌinexˈistence, ˌinexˈistency n

in•ex•ist•ent

(ˌɪn ɪgˈzɪs tənt)

adj.
having no existence; nonexistent.
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In effect, there is a quorum, and quorum is continuing until after that the quorum is declared inexistent,' Castro said.
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The MP said units were understaffed, fire breaks were inexistent, roads were badly maintained, and fire surveillance failed.
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The increasingly sophisticated banks that are operating in Mozambique today need to help promote financial literacy and inclusion, not only in rural areas where there is still lack of financial services--mainly due to inexistent or poor infrastructures and communications--but also in the cities and towns, where there is the need to generate greater awareness about the importance of saving money.