nonconnection

nonconnection

(ˌnɒnkəˈnɛkʃən)
n
a lack of connection
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The connecting stiffness is specified as 0.1, 1, and 10 times of the upper isolator stiffness; in the meantime, the conditions of nonconnection and rigid connection are also considered in the comparison.
(277) In "frozen speech" cases like Edenfield, the court must decide exactly how much deference it will give to the government, (278) and it must determine when intuition is sufficient to sustain a connection (or nonconnection) between speech and harm and when empirical evidence is necessary.
home in who cited as their main reason for nonconnection that they could
RPCW Secretary Clive Williams said: "Passengers on the 7.32am from Chester have a frustrating 'nonconnection' at Shrewsbury for the south.
It's not that charges of nonconnection have become untrue.