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Synonyms for nonresistant

submitting without objection or resistance

Synonyms for nonresistant

(often followed by 'to') likely to be affected with

offering no resistance

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Nine decades of Madison Avenue have made people nonresistant to having their attention seized, almost forcibly, and their privacy invaded by hucksters, frauds, demagogues, busybodies, and presumptuous bores.
Furthermore, once contracted, MRSA is particularly difficult to treat because of its multi-drug resistance to methicillin and other common antibiotics used to treat nonresistant staff infections Unfortunately, the problem does not just lie in difficult treatment MRSA has been found to survive on inanimate objects for over 38 weeks, living in many areas in the hospital setting (Halcomb, Griffiths, & Fernandez, 2008), thus establishing itself as a rather obstinate bacteria
Malathion (Ovide[R]) has been shown to kill both nonresistant and resistant lice, and is available by prescription.
When treatment starts, the nonresistant cells are wiped out.
The refuge area supply a source of wildtype (non-mutant) insects to mate with possible resistant insects to produce nonresistant insects.
In the case of a false negative MRSA RT-PCR result, a patient may be diagnosed as infected with a nonresistant strain of S.
With the conversion of Constantine and the gradual "Christianization" of the Empire, however, the dynamics of sustaining a suitable peace in the world took priority over a straightforward witness to the nonresistant love of Christ.
The agency considers that Security Bank may be nonresistant to a rapid rise in delinquencies under unfavourable credit conditions, although such risks have largely vanished thanks to the improved economic environment.
Brown used a highly effective and rapid kernel-screening assay (KSA) to separate resistant seeds from nonresistant ones.
We also tested the control organisms in the Kirby-Bauer method to ensure that antibiotics used would inhibit growth of a nonresistant culture.
Resistance testing suggested that 13% of these people could add no nonresistant antiretrovirals to Selzentry, and 67% could add--at most--two nonresistant antiretrovirals to Selzentry.
Although culture of a skin lesion may not have been routine in the past, the advent of CA-MRSA has made it so--particularly given that MRSA lesions may not be clinically distinguishable from those caused by nonresistant S aureus.
Although culture of skin lesions may not have been routine in the past, the advent of CA-MRSA has made it so, particularly given that MRSA lesions may not be clinically distinguishable from those caused by nonresistant S aureus.
I had become such a man, who joined a gang-rape and killed nonresistant people without hesitation, while I spent four years in battlefields.