nonbody

nonbody

(ˌnɒnˈbɒdɪ)
adj
not related to or involving a body
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They believed that reading both body and nonbody religious affirming statements would increase feelings of love and acceptance.
religious body condition, positive/ spiritual condition, religious nonbody condition, and a control condition).
26) Josie Geller, Sharon Zaitsoff, and Suja Srikameswaran, "Beyond shape and weight: Exploring the relationship between nonbody determinants of self-esteem and eating disorder symptoms in adolescent females," Wiley InterScience (2001), [online].
In their comparative study of body modifiers versus nonbody m odifiers, Frederick and Bradley (2000) reported that the younger the age when body piercing began, the higher the self-reported antisocial attitudes.
It bypasses the stage at which the sentiments perceived in other bodies are mere matters of fact and gives us the illusion of immediately appropriable sentiments, free sentiments belonging to nonbody and therefore identifiable with ourselves" (171).
Meanwhile, waiting for every nonbody in the agitated Net is Dr.
The cabby answers: "Now look a-here boss, I be'en drivin' in dis town twenty years and I an't neber giv' nonbody away yit.
The Stranger shows, however, that the comprehensives must compromise their principles in order to find room for their own understanding, and once they do compromise--either in the direction of nonbody or in the direction of soul--they must declare that being is two, and fall into the trap he had already sprung for the precise people.