non-person


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non-person

n
a person regarded as nonexistent or unimportant; a nonentity
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non-person

[ˈnɒnˈpɜːsn] Npersona f que no existe, ser m inexistente
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Websites affiliated with former President Mahmud Ahmadinejad have been blocked, as the Islamic Republic's establishment appears to be aiming to make him into a non-person, as it did a few years ago to former President Mohammad Khatami.
What if a pregnant woman changes her mind about the value of the unborn--does the child transform from non-person to person and back to non-person again?
He said: "I was warned when I did it that I'd be considered a non-person and I suppose that is true.
One of the primary tasks of studying longitudinal data is linking different records of the same person/entity (which may be a non-person object such as an address or organization) over time from a single or disparate data sources.
Separation: Fear of rejection, of becoming a non-person.
More scandalous perhaps is someone like Brigitte Bardot, who was celebrated, nay, revered for her sexuality and good looks throughout her salad days, and has now, at 80, become a woman people almost fear to see, a non-person.
GENTLE READER: Disliking your daughter-in-law does not entitle you to declare her a non-person.
He's a feeble shadow of a man, "pretty unnoticeable, a bit of a non-person," as one character notes.
If you don't remember any specifics, welcome to the challenge encountered by nearly every company and non-person entity using social media.
users), issuance of NIPRNet Common Access Cards, SIPRNet Tokens and Non-Person Entity or "device" certificates.
People who are a complete non-person but somehow through the lens seem like they are on and interesting and engaged," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Entertainment Weekly.
But after the abdication he became something of a non-person, his own family keeping him far away from the scenes of his early triumphs.

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