nonresponsive

nonresponsive

(ˌnɒnrɪˈspɒnsɪv)
adj
not responsive, not reacting to a stimulus
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Perhaps your nonresponsive collaborators need more rigid limits.
Failure to do so will result in your bid being rejected as nonresponsive.
Therapists from the US and UK describe how to work with children and adolescents who are nonresponsive, reticent, or nonverbal in therapy.
A spokeswoman for the hotel said: "We can confirm that a male died after being found nonresponsive in the hotel swimming-pool despite attempts to save him.
Medics were attending to the two injured officers when the inmate became nonresponsive, police said.
They realised he was nonresponsive and did not appear to be breathing so started CPR until an ambulance arrived.
Calida must have known that he had walked into a trap of his own making, because he gave a nonresponsive answer.
On Thursday, police revealed that the woman's partner had woken up at 7am and tried to wake her when she was nonresponsive.
They have complaints that the state functionaries of Pakistan are generally nonresponsive and not offering helping hands at the time to their problems.
Adoption of HPC is hampered by high upfront cost, technology risks, low capacity of technology providers, nonresponsive financial sector and nonconducive regulatory regime.
When patients present with symptoms of nonresponsive celiac disease, besides taking the patient's history, which should include whether the patient has any first-degree family members with "true" celiac disease, not just family members who have chosen to stop eating gluten, "I will always ask for the original biopsies," he said.