nonactive

nonactive

(ˌnɒnˈæktɪv)
adj
(Commerce) relating to a company that stops trading temporarily
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It goes on to say that fund maturity in this context is the proportion of active to non-active liabilities, with the greater the proportion of nonactive liabilities, the greater the maturity.
"It consists of several safe, nonactive ingredients that enhance the tolerability and effectiveness of the naturally occurring, Food and Drug Administration-recognized, topical analgesic capsaicin.
Inclusive of nonactive savers, the number of aflatouns in the Philippines has reached more or less 500,000 last year.
"I was a nonactive participant in my health care," Flores, now 27, told The Nation's Health.
After formation of the PTI-led Punjab government, more than 120 union council chairmen in the district became nonactive and they are no longer involved in any policy making or development work.
His reserve service included both active and nonactive duty from 1962-1966, at which time he received an honorable discharge.
One solution could involve dividends and other payments to nonactive family.
* Compensation structure (active and nonactive family members)
When it is thought that all of sentezed, catalyzers are typical "nonactive" electrocatalyst, at this "nonactive" metal oxide electrode (MOx) over granular activated carbon (GAC) surface, water molecules were easily decomposed to form strong oxidants, such as physisorbed *OH, MOx (*OH) which allow nonselective oxidation of organics and may result in complete oxidation of organic carbon to CO2.
When tumors are located in the GIT, their secretions reach the liver and are metabolized to nonactive substances and are excreted in bile and urine.