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nonmoving

(ˌnɒnˈmuːvɪŋ)
adj
not moving
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonmoving - not in motionnonmoving - not in motion        
immobile - not capable of movement or of being moved
moving - in motion; "a constantly moving crowd"; "the moving parts of the machine"
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And compounding the problem is the emergence of digital billboards where advertising scenes change frequently and contain motion in the visual scene that is even more distracting than a nonmoving picture.
I'd suggest decreasing distance first in small increments by moving the dog closer to the location where the stimulus will appear, achieving his new CER at each new distance, until he is happy to be very near to the nonmoving stimulus, perhaps even sniffing or targeting to it.
Though Activision's nonmoving Skylanders toys work on their own as figures, their intended use is with the "Skylanders" console games.
For perturbed colonies, pairing by stolon and subtracting 12-h from 18-h counts of nonmoving cells also shows no significant difference (mean [+ or -] SE, 143.
In summary, the court held (1) at the summary judgment stage of the proceedings, trial courts should not weigh the evidence but must view the testimony of a qualified expert proffered by the nonmoving party in the light most favorable to the nonmoving party.
Later chapters cover dosimetry, quality assurance, precision and uncertainties in proton therapy for moving and nonmoving targets, and the use of Monte Carlo simulations to address clinical and research aspects in proton therapy.
In Tennessee, a moving party who seeks to shift the burden of production to the nonmoving party who bears the burden of proof at trial must either: (1) affirmatively negate an essential element of the nonmoving party's claim; or (2) show that the nonmoving party cannot prove an essential element of the claim at trial.
42) Rather, the Wilson court held that Rule 56(c) permitted the nonmoving party to submit its affidavits in opposition to the motion up until the day before the hearing.
A person violating this section would be cited for a nonmoving violation, punishable by a $30 fine.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: Courts are required to construe all evidence in favor of a nonmoving party when ruling on motions to dismiss as well as motions for summary judgment.
All things in the world, whether moving or nonmoving, are characterized by disappearance and instability.
Weatherstripping creates a tight seal between the moving parts of doors and windows, whereas caulking seals gaps around nonmoving parts of doors and windows and other small openings where air can escape.