nonelectric

nonelectric

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktrɪk) or

nonelectrical

n
a substance that does not generate or conduct electricity
adj
not electric or powered by electricitylacking the capacity to generate or conduct electricity
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To trim whiskers, the chief uses a large beetle's vibrating pincers as a nonelectric shaver.
Our finance people reminded me that a 2013 request to purchase new vehicles, the 'old' nonelectric type, had languished.
It will also help the nation achieve its goal of phasing out sales of nonelectric motorcycles and four-wheeled vehicles by 2035 and 2040, respectively, the IDB said.
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The train, called Dencha, is capable of operating on nonelectric rail lines using the battery.
Coffee accessories, such as nonelectric, pour over brewers, milk frothers and capsule holders, have also surged as consumers crave the equipment to make their favorite beverages at home.
If nonelectric caps are being used, then an 8-ms or 17-ms delay can be used between holes and similar results will be obtained.
Unlike the other two models, Excella is a tabletop and is nonelectric.
They advocate installation of nonelectric, gravity-fed interceptor sewers to collect treat and recirculate the waste, an engineering solution based on appropriate technology.
It has been suggested that the best way to decrease the negative effect of drill noise is to minimize drilling time during surgery and instead rely on nonelectric instruments and a surgeons experience and dexterity.
com DON'T want to swap your T electric toothbrush and charger for a traditional but lighter nonelectric number?
2 48g/km Still, a cheaper nonelectric, diesel only V60 will makes more sense to more buyers more of the time.