nonaesthetic

nonaesthetic

(ˌnɒnˌiːsˈθɛtɪk; ˌnɒnɪsˈθɛtɪk)
adj
not aesthetic, not related to the appreciation of beautynot related to the philosophy of aesthetics
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Dieting and body image in aesthetic sports: a comparison of dutch female gymnnasts and nonaesthetic sport partcipants.
But these observations apply to all emotional reactions, including nonaesthetic ones, and all are evoked by synergetic brews.
To the put the issue in terms of our proposal, it is necessary to show how the aesthetic rationality of causation gives rise to processes that can be approximated by mathematics and other rule-based models that are governed by nonaesthetic reasons.
Moving enough is an equally important aspect of weight management, but again, trying to create nonaesthetic goals will help to form a really healthy habit.
More recently, a study with 404 adolescent female athletes found that those who participated in sports described as aesthetic individual sports (i.e., swimming, figure skating, ballet dancing, tennis, track and cross-country) reported significantly more anxiety about their bodies than both aesthetic (i.e., volleyball, color guard, auxiliary dance, cheerleading) and nonaesthetic (i.e., basketball, soccer, softball, marching band) team sport participants (Gay, Monsma, & Torres-McGehee, 2011).
Overall the current evidence from studies of HA derivative fillers in the management of nonaesthetic periocular indications show promising early results regarding both efficacy and side effect profile.
Yet the brief allusion to wife and babes, who remain absent in the poem, indicts a nonaesthetic sense of the significance of heterosexual, familial bonds that are products--and productive--of the ordinary, quotidian world that pure, Paterian aestheticism leaves in abeyance, bonds that are the subject of some of Webster's most powerful poems: the Mother and Daughter Sonnets, "Medea in Athens," and "A Castaway." Such gaps, which precipitate consideration of Yu-Pe-Ya's Lute within Webster's own corpus, add to the richness of the intertextual reading that the poem relies on.
While it is the first nonaesthetic laser brought in by the company, the goal of enhancing everyone's beauty sleep is still in line with its vision of making every Filipino woman beautiful.
Dieting and body image in aesthetic sports: a comparison of Dutch female gymnasts and nonaesthetic sport participants.
"Reddit's livelihood depends on a kind of nonaesthetic captured perfectly by Snoo, who looks like a never-used piece of '90s clip art," Bull said.
nonaesthetic experience, or primarily related to nonaesthetic
(15.) 'The nonaesthetic qualities of a thing determine its aesthetic qualities.