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1. Not significant.
2. Having, producing, or being a value obtained from a statistical test that lies within the limits for being of random occurrence.

non′sig·nif′i·cance n.
non′sig·nif′i·cant·ly adv.


(in cryptography) a symbol or sign without meaning
not significant; insignificant
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Adj.1.nonsignificant - attributable to chance
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
significant - too closely correlated to be attributed to chance and therefore indicating a systematic relation; "the interaction effect is significant at the .01 level"; "no significant difference was found"
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Compared with placebo, B vitamins decreased osteoporotic fracture risk nonsignificantly by 16% in intent-to-treat analysis and by 19% among those who completed the trial.
The two forms of Muslim religious reflection also displayed a direct association with the Intrinsic Scale, and Faith Oriented Reflection correlated negatively whereas Intellect Oriented Reflection correlated nonsignificantly with Quest.
By week 12, mean agitation/aggression scores were unchanged in those on combination therapy and nonsignificantly worse for those taking either memantine alone or ChEI alone.
96 per 100 person-years in HIV-negative women, slightly but nonsignificantly more than the 1.
In the full dataset, before age stratification, the risk of total GI bleeding, particularly lower GI bleeding, appeared to be nonsignificantly lower for both dabigatran and rivaroxaban, relative to warfarin in patients with AE In patients without AF receiving these drugs, the risk remained slightly lower on rivaroxaban but appeared to be slightly increased on dabigatran.
In the unirrigated plot, clones S13C20, ST72, and ST 163 had a significantly higher average specific gravity value than S7C15 and ST 124, while the other two were nonsignificantly in the middle.
This being said, the nonsignificantly higher mean of experimental group on receptive tasks also refer to the better quality of the output-based learning on vocabulary recognition although not serving as a critical condition.
The trend was not monotonic because the hazard of diabetes was nonsignificantly increased in the second TCDD quartile, and it was nonsignificantly decreased in the third and fourth quartiles.
In addition, TC, HDL-C, and LDL-C levels were all nonsignificantly higher in the persons with paraplegia.