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nonmechanical

[¦nän·mi′kan·ə·kəl]
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1 LBP is usually classified as dependent on mechanical factors, nonmechanical factors, and visceral disease.
TOKYO - A nonmechanical error occurred in inserting control rods at the just-restarted Monju prototype fast-breeder reactor in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture on Monday evening, but there was no impact on the environment or operations, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency said late Monday.
The mechanostat: a proposed pathogenic mechanism of Osteoporoses and the bone mass effects of mechanical and nonmechanical agents.
That would be impossible nowadays, for there have come to be patents for nonmechanical things unimaginable in the first days of the republic--chemical processes, algorithms, software, even genes.
First, a race-exclusive scholarship implemented as an extension of a plus-factor admissions policy may not violate Grutter because, "by the time the institution makes its scholarship and financial aid decisions, the institution has already engaged in the individualized, nonmechanical, 'meaningful .
The mechanostat: a proposed pathogenetic mechanism of osteoporoses and the bone mass effects of mechanical and nonmechanical agents.
119) The theoretical framework to formulate this idea of the immaterial, nonmechanical ether was provided by the field concept.
With many plasma cutters, any dross that is generated is easier to remove than dross left by other nonmechanical cutting methods.
There are mechanical and nonmechanical risk factors.
Mercury manometers retain their accuracy because of their nonmechanical design (Figure 1).
Cell disruption can be categorized as nonmechanical or mechanical.
10) Stiletto, a composite fiber, nonmechanical dynamic lift high-speed vessel, represents one of the many assets that could be used for distributed naval operations in the future.