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nondevelopment

(ˌnɒndɪˈvɛləpmənt)
n
the lack of normal development
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Noun1.nondevelopment - failure of normal development to occur
agenesia, agenesis - imperfect development; nondevelopment of a part
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
growing, growth, ontogenesis, ontogeny, maturation, development - (biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level; "he proposed an indicator of osseous development in children"
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He said that documentation of the economy, besides reduction in nondevelopment spending and an honest leadership was required to put the economy on the track.
Of those approved, 40 were for industrial use, 25 were for housing and 35 were what's referred to as nondevelopment, which generally means small changes such as parcel line adjustments.
"Creation of a large number of new jobs is quite possible if the government shifts from colossal nondevelopment to development expenditure," Bengali said.
Meanwhile, addressing a meeting held to review budget matters, he said transparency should be ensured in financial affairs, nondevelopment expenditures should be reduced and the revenue should be increased.
Therefore, it is important to promote awareness among immigrant populations in maintaining a normal weight considering the number of benefits to the nondevelopment of chronic diseases.
In the water temperature experiment, the highest percentage of oocytes without a polar body (PB) occurred at 19[degrees]C, indicating delayed meiotic development, with a nondevelopment rate of 75.93%, even after 25 min.
prudent fiscal management, continued focus on enhancing revenues and reducing nondevelopment expenditure.
For comparison, the suitable class was matched to the zone for development and the unsuitable class to nondevelopment zones according to the urban development zone map of Ulaanbaatar (Figure 9).
For the fourteen patients with stenting, hemodynamic ischemia was the main reason in eight whose lesions were in the dominant VA with the contralateral nondevelopment of VA distal to the orifice of PICA.
Eightyfive percent of the allocated amount was spent as nondevelopment expenditure of the Centre.
On the one hand, pre-Martinez case law defining "failed" for purposes of [section] 2254(e)(2) has stated that a prisoner fails if the nondevelopment of facts is due to a "lack of diligence or some greater fault, attributable to the prisoner or ...
Government payrolls already support 70 percent of the Libyan workforce and together with other nondevelopment services consumes 77 cents from every dollar of Libya's oil revenue, leaving few funds for development or investment.