noninfluence

noninfluence

(ˌnɒnˈɪnflʊəns)
n
a lack of influence, failure to influence
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One could compare this equivalence between anarchy and tyranny to Cicero's observation that Epicurus's placement of the gods in a situation of noninfluence on human events is paramount to denying their existence.
There is one consistent noninfluence: lack of interest in the work of a judge does not seem to be a problem that causes judges to retire.
Some secondary objectives of this study are to check the radial symmetry of the lens vignetting, the noninfluence of the reflectance of the targets on the determined vignetting effect, and, finally, to verify the mapping function of the fisheye lens.
The symmetry of the vignetting and the noninfluence of the reflectance of the target (white or gray square targets) on the determination of the vignetting were checked.
4.5.1.2 HYPOTHESIS OF NONINFLUENCE OF THE REFLECTANCE OF THE TARGET IN THE DETERMINATION OF VIGNETTING EFFECT
The experimental participants try to influence a distant biological target system, and the results of this "influence" period are compared with those of a "noninfluence" or control condition.
However, there exists a vast gray area between flagrant influence-buying and total noninfluence, and it is in these shadows that special interest groups of all types hope to have an impact.