nonserious

nonserious

(ˌnɒnˈsɪərɪəs)
adj
not serious
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At 52 weeks, those on brodalumab had a slightly greater risk of having nonserious fungal infections than did those on ustekinumab.
The odds ratio of nonserious adverse events in the categories of respiratory disorders (OR, 1.
Given the frequency of nonserious adverse events associated with methylphenidate, the particular difficulties for blinding of participants and outcome assessors point to the advantage of large, 'nocebo tablet' controlled trials.
This is a provision to get rid of nuisance or nonserious candidates; and although this is interpreted to refer to the financial capability of the candidate to fund an honest-to-goodness campaign, it can very well be argued that it could also refer to the physical capability of the candidate to stand the rigors of a national campaign.
The unfortunate no progress in most MoUs shows how nonserious we are about learning from others.
Even if psychiatrists, whom many in other specialties "forget" are actually medical doctors, now want to claim their place at the health care table in an era when the bidirectional nature of mental and physical health is increasingly substantiated in myriad studies and is emphasized in ever more health policy-related decisions, the fact is that, at least where nonserious mental illness is concerned, the gatekeepers of access to mental health in this country are not psychiatrists but primary care doctors.
It has urged people to go elsewhere with nonserious complaints - even turning away cases that have no business being at A&E.
Leaving aside a few special circumstances like flood, the main cause of import of fruits and vegetables is our nonserious attitude towards infrastructure, R&D and issues which is coupled with our inherent national characteristic to think of resolving a problem only when it gets out of proportion.
He was also critical of the nonserious attitude of PPP's last governments at the Centre and in Balochistan which miserably failed to do good for the commonman.
On high paid-up capital requirement of health insurers, the report states that "This sector, as compared to life and general insurance sectors, will discourage nonserious players from entering the field.