noncasual

noncasual

(ˌnɒnˈkæʒʊəl)
adj
not casual
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In few investigations they have used the noncasual as well as casual approaches to discuss the dynamics of gravitating source.
It is shown below that the application of CGF in the time-marching procedure of the FDTD method may lead to noncasual or inaccurate results.
The quality of their relationships seems to be enhanced through depth-that is, better communication and greater physical intimacy with a noncasual partner.
Research on STIs in dating couples suggests that women generally disclose or intend to disclose their infection status to partners in noncasual relationships, and worry about anger or rejection as a result (Green et al., 2003; Kahn et al., 2005; McCaffrey, Waller, Nazroo, & Wardle, 2006).
In other words, noncasual is the pattern of histograms plotted from a rather small number of the results of measurement of the dynamics of processes of different nature, from biochemical reactions and noise in gravitational antennae, to [alpha]-decay [1-24].
We see there that although there has been a significant increase in the number of antidumping cases brought worldwide, a more dramatic increase has occurred in the number of countries getting involved in bringing such cases, roughly a tripling of noncasual enforcers (defined as more than 2 cases brought in a year) between the late 1980s and today, with all of this growth brought about by new enforcement agencies in developing economies.
If the number of prestimulus responses proves to be the same in the two types of trials, it means that the sender has no real role in the given experimental situation, and all noncasual responses are precognitive.
The present work is aimed primarily at professional (that is, noncasual) users--especially researchers, but also editors, librarians, teachers, and students.
Each of these two arguments does not withstand the test of noncasual inspection, and the normative basis of PPO is seemingly weak.
For task 1, we use generic knowledge to infer that these statements are related to one another in some noncasual way, because they are
Among other significant minimum-wage and overtime actions, coverage of the Oregon law was extended to persons regulated under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, most agricultural workers, industrial homeworkers, and private household employees working on a noncasual basis.