non-living


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Synonyms for non-living

not endowed with life

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Devaraj, the 2018 Blavatnik National Chemistry Laureate, explained how the innovation resulted from his interest in better understanding how non-living matter, like organic molecules, can assemble to form life.
I believe that humans too can develop an emotional relationship with non-living things such as old and worn-out clothes as they are the windows into our past.'
The active ingredients in VENERATE CG and GRANDEVO CG bioinsecticide/miticides are each new species of non-living bacteria with insecticidal and miticidal properties produced during the fermentation manufacturing process.
By themselves, the new results aren't evidence for ancient life on Mars; non-living processes could have yielded identical molecules.
He said Pakistan was blessed with a long coastline, a large exclusive economic zone and continental shelf with abundance of living and non-living resources.
The Naval chief said that Pakistan is blessed with a long coastline, a large Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf with abundance of living and non-living resources.
This means that the country has the exclusive right to explore and exploit the natural and non-living resources found in it.
Dimov refers to the reasoning of a court decision of 27 August 2016 of a three-member panel of the Supreme Administrative Court, confirmed by a decision of April 5, 2017 of a five-member panel of the Supreme Administrative Court, that the properties do not meet the requirements for a protected area, they do not represent a continuation of natural ecosystems , do not have typical landscapes and objects of non-living nature.
It gives country the right to explore the non-living resources (oil, gas, minerals and other resources), in addition to conducting scientific research and the creation of a database to benefit from these resources for the benefit of the Sultanate and its economy.
This popular science book for general readers and students chronicles the history of the scientific belief in spontaneous generation, the idea that living things can spring from non-living matter, which was believed by scientists up to the late 19th century.
The formations are complex, according to a Tuesday report by (http://www.space.com/34795-mars-life-nasa-spirit-rover.html) Space , and would likely come as a result of both living and non-living organisms and events.
The project was also tied with the science unit on 'Living and Non-living Things', to teach students about the needs of animals for survival.
Valte said, during the hearing, Professor Philippe Sands said China has interfered with the Philippines' exercise of sovereign rights under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), "with respect to living and non-living resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)."
The Naval Chief said that Pakistan, with a long coastline and a large Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) with Continental Shelf extending up to 350 Nautical Miles from our coastline, is blessed with abundant natural living and non-living resources.
However, non-living organic matter is a physical system that is in a natural state of thermodynamic equilibrium.