noneffective

noneffective

(ˌnɒnɪˈfɛktɪv)
adj
1. not effective
2. (Military) unfit for or incapable of active military service
n
(Military) military a noneffective person
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The four categories of SMI include bipolar disorder, schizoffective disorder, schizophrenia, and noneffective psychosis.
Although we could not determine whether measles IgM in these patients was caused by vaccination failures during the outbreak or failures of the Expanded Programme on Immunization, this age distribution might be indicative of noneffective immunization campaigns, especially a deficiency in the healthcare system in detecting and reporting measles cases.
Xylazine is generally accepted as a noneffective agent to produce anesthesia in blood-spotted crabs and not suitable as agents for anesthesia and euthanasia.
Similarly, the concentration-dependent inhibition of hydroperoxide formation by sinapic acid and sinapine was observed in purified rapeseed oil stored at 40[degrees] C in darkness; however, sinapine was found to be noneffective on hydroperoxide synthesis inhibition alone [49].
Helpful action occurred when families validated feelings of anger and humiliation, whereas noneffective action involved responding in haste, such as confronting the culprit's family or removing the adoptee from the targeted setting.
The effective geometrical properties are calculated by the usual methods, ignoring noneffective areas.
Our findings are likely to have a major impact in clinical practice and will save the NHS a lot of money in terms of noneffective treatments.
Hence, in conclusion, we cannot for certain rule out alcohol policy measures directed towards the consumption of stronger beverages as being noneffective in terms of reducing alcohol-related harm.
There are still a lot of noneffective, counterfeit medicines in the Kurdish market that don't give you the product you think you're getting.
IMA members responded to the question "Assess your company's effectiveness of internal controls prior to 2002" on a scale of 1 to 9, where 1 = noneffective, 5 = moderately effective, and 9 = extremely effective.
The presence of the PP-g-MA compatibilizer has contributed to some clay tactoids disagglomeration but still at a noneffective level.