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nonmechanical

[¦nän·mi′kan·ə·kəl]
(geology)
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Nonmechanical factors also can increase the risk of CTS: (12-23)
AT includes mechanical, electronic, and microprocessor-based equipment, nonmechanical and nonelectronic aids, specialized instructional materials, services, and strategies that people with disabilities can use to (a) assist them in learning, (b) make the environment more accessible, (c) enable them to compete in the workplace, (d) enhance their independence, or (e) otherwise improve their quality of life.
Nonmechanical stimuli that cause reflux tears, such as light flashes and noxious vapors, decrease tear-glucose concentrations (13).
noting that a "truly individualized consideration demands that race be used in a flexible, nonmechanical way"); see also id.
The differential diagnosis of intestinal pseudo-obstruction in our patient who was eventually diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematosus included mechanical causes such as tumor, volvulus, and adhesions from her history of femoral hernia surgery; and nonmechanical causes such as gastroenteritis, paralytic ileus, celiac sprue, and narcotic bowel syndrome.
The comments note that it is unclear whether contractors who work on nonmechanical items would be required to undergo testing.
Rate of Perinatal Death (*) Intrapartum All Mechanical Nonmechanical Deaths Deaths (+) Anoxic Deaths Prior C-Section Trial of VBAC 1 per 1,000 0.
A cell intercom call system was developed using a nonmechanical push button with the principles of static electricity to deter inmate vandalism.
There are several other mechanical processes and nonmechanical methods of removing material economically from hard or hardened metals.
It also delivers performance comparable to mechanical optical-switching technologies but with the high reliability of nonmechanical technology.
What are the nonmechanical tolerances required by the customer?