non-living


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Adj.1.non-living - not endowed with life; "the inorganic world is inanimate"; "inanimate objects"
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The souls of animals, plants and all non-living things were also created at this level.
The West Midlands region has one of the highest proportions of non-Living Wage jobs in the country, with about 518,000 jobs paying less than the real Living Wage.
It is the ability to construct scenes, images and sounds, starting with existing or non-existing objects, living or non-living, earthly or alien, material or conceptual.
The disease can also be transmitted through non-living objects, such as shoes and knives.
Part V of UNCLOS gave parties entitlements to a 200 Nautical Mile Exclusive Economic Zone to be used for utilization of living and non-living resources.
"I think to do so we will need to have a better understanding of the interface between living and non-living materials."
It is science which has helped man to reach the moon, measure the depth of the sea and revealed many secrets of the living and the non-living organisms.
Wales has one of the highest proportions of non-Living Wage jobs in the country (24%), with around 268,000 jobs paying less than the real Living Wage.
Institutions like Bahria University should be established to work on blue economy that may guide Pakistan to harness the potential and engage itself in the sustainable development of living and non-living resources of the seas to advance economic growth and enhance human security.
Natural environment means all living and non-living things that are naturally on Earth.
Mr Habib believes in self-reflection on relationships not only with other human beings but also with non-living objects around him which have been in his personal use.