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the fact or state of existing or of being actual

the period during which someone or something exists

one that exists independently

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Nurses in their 30s are rare, and nurses in their 20s are almost nonexistant. Health care has become the middle aged caring for the middle aged.
17 last year, the North Korean Red Cross declared it had suspended the search, adding Japan's ''fuss'' over the ''nonexistant'' issue offended North Korea's dignity and ''extremely provoked'' its people.
declared it has suspended its efforts to help Japan account for the Japanese citizens, adding Japan's ''fuss'' over the ''nonexistant'' issue has offended North Korea's dignity and ''extremely provoked'' its people.
As the mother of a 13 month-oldgirl who now faces the difficult choice of how to protect her health, I am reminded of the time when we were told that British beef was perfectly safe, and that the chances of catching vCJD from infected meat was nonexistant.
Actual measurements of pollen movement as measured by outcrossing from research scale plantings of material, indicated that viable pollen was barely detectable at 200 m and nonexistant at 300 m from the pollen source.
That is, there is no consensus about principled beliefs on the basis of which governance across national boundaries can take place and transnational networks of people with similar beliefs are virtually nonexistant. The only norm on which there is general agreement is the "antinorm" of sovereignty: the principle that the rulers of each state are supreme internally and independent from external authority (Bull 1977).
flu meningitis, which was a horrible problem during my residency training, is now virtually nonexistant. But other ailments such as ear infections, sore throats and simple uncomplicated pneumonias were very often treated successfully without antibiotics.
They remained nonexistant in "official history." The point here is not simply to rhetorically recognize the "loyalty" and "heroic" military acts of "nos anciens combattants d'Afrique et d'outre-mere," but more fundamentally to integrate their histories within French/European history and collective memory.
Prentice, Locating that "Indistinct" and "Virtually Nonexistant" Line Between Primary and Secondary Liability Under Section 10(b), 75 N.C.L.
"While they are very deep m what they have, they are very narrow in some categories and nonexistant in some niches where we thought we could do a better job.