inexistence


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in·ex·is·tent

 (ĭn′ĭg-zĭs′tənt)
adj.
Having no existence; nonexistent.

in′ex·is′tence n.
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"Every psychical phenomenon is characterized by what the scholastics of the Middle Ages called the intentional (also the mental) inexistence of an object, and what we, although with not quite unambiguous expressions, would call relation to a content, direction towards an object (which is not here to be understood as a reality), or immanent objectivity.
"This intentional inexistence is exclusively peculiar to psychical phenomena.
Though legislation is in place banning offering animals as prizes at traditional Kazanti stalls, police are unable to seize the animals as per the law due to the inexistence of a space where seized animals can be kept, the animal party said on Friday.
It was also said that due to the inexistence of normal and timely communication, certain companies have been forced to shut off parts of the company located in other cities and let go of their employees.
"I hold my Tunisian identity, notwithstanding my religion, he added in response to MP Chafik Ayadi's question about travel agencies organising trips to El Qods and occupied Palestine in co-ordination with the Zionist entity, which stands as contradiction to the Tunisian State that highlights the inexistence of such interaction with this side.
"It is good for both sides, because today Panama no longer receives a significant number of Brazilian grain ships bound for China due to the inexistence of a tariff agreement," Luciana Guerise, ATP executive director, said in a statement sent to Reuters.
The oral donation in the case at bar is therefore legally inexistent and an action for the declaration of the inexistence of a contract does not prescribe.
The Jewish-Christian roots present in various gnostic texts during second and third centuries do not impose the same conceptualization during the first century's intellectual productions; nevertheless, the inexistence of gnostic textual references and religious organizations in the first century do not exclude the presence of shared ideas with the New Testament mythic configuration.
The zero value found for the voids < vwMicro in both soils (Table 3) does not mean their inexistence, but a limitation of the technique to identify them due to the resolutions adopted in the scanning and reconstruction of images.
Shaikh Abdullah added that a major issue was not the inexistence of UN resolutions regarding terrorism.
This issue is even more relevant due to the inexistence of robust studies focusing the myriad of possible interactions of lithium with the multiplicity of NSAIDs and diuretics that exist nowadays, with a significant part of the actual evidence coming from case studies and small clinical trials (1-5,10,12).