nonadult

nonadult

(ˌnɒnˈædʌlt; ˌnɒnəˈdʌlt)
n
a person who is not an adult
adj
lacking maturity, not adultrelating to content or an activity that is suitable for all ages, not restricted only to adults
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The nonadult patient was a 2-month-old boy with congenital heart disease.
Despite the fact that we did not monitor populations of adults and young individuals, we point out that we almost never observed nonadult individuals.
Ten cross-sectional and cohort studies about lower-limb loss did not meet our selection criteria because of insufficient sample size [1112], the presence of nonadult participants [13-17], missing selection criteria [14], failure to report the prevalence of skin problems [14,18], or lack of skin problem specification [12,17,19-20].
However, when egg masses or larvae are found, the diagnosis of infestation is often delayed due to lack of reliable methods that allow one to identify nonadult stages.
Despite cognitive and experiential immaturity, older children's nonadult status and assent vulnerabilities do not justify ignoring their privacy rights.
Current psychiatric diagnoses in the nonadult ADHD patients included major depression (n = 3), conduct disorder (n = 3), substance abuse (n = 2) and panic disorder (n = 2).
This is especially important when many of the agents of transmission (electronic devices) were originally designed to mass communicate to essentially passive nonadult audiences in the marketplace (Blakely, 1994; Poster, 1995).
This is especially important since the agents of transmission (electronic devices) were originally designed to communicate to passive nonadult audiences (Zigerell, 1991).
198) In addition, Professor Donna Hoffman, an Internet researcher at Vanderbilt University, has done research indicating that seventy-five percent of online users refuse to register to enter a nonadult Web site.
748, or 11%, was spent on the care of nonadult household members who had died.
Sowerby, 1824), but there is a definite, continuous keel, as in most nonadult specimens of H.
2000), showed that children in that age range gave nonadult responses to ambiguous sentences containing a universally quantified subject and negation.