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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The regime has not said a word since then, treating her as a non-person.
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He's a feeble shadow of a man, "pretty unnoticeable, a bit of a non-person," as one character notes.
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users), issuance of NIPRNet Common Access Cards, SIPRNet Tokens and Non-Person Entity or "device" certificates.
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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.
And I think for somebody who's homeless, particularly someone who's panhandling, that's the most emotionally difficult thing, is to become like a non-person.
When I went to Westminster in 1978 I was appalled that Huyton's Harold Wilson was regarded as a non-person amongst Labourites whom he had promoted to the Cabinet.

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