Spicy foods are nonexistent in Kenya.
No party was nonexistent in my dictionary.
Nicknames are almost non-existent in Italy.
Crop yields have been non-existent in some areas and severely reduced in others.
Entry level jobs as a librarian are almost non-existent in my neck of the woods.
For example, access to legal counsel is sporadic or non-existent in many places.
Like strong digital dualism, and pure digital dualism this is an Ideal Type, non-existent in empirical reality.
In this case, you're not being heard and transparency in government operations is non-existent in many matters.
Because if it was fundamentally tampered with or used, that'd make it either redundant of non-existent in 1955.
It's like the students are non-existent for them.
My point? Live support is nonexistent for GPT Infinity.
The 1mile radius is non-existent for all those with political clout and influence.
It's skimpy for the historical Jesus at best, and nonexistent for the bibilical one.
But with funding still almost nonexistent for anything but HIV/AIDS research in Africa, Kabakyenga says he won't wait.
Lines are non-existent at Koidula, said Koidu.
Sadly the crowd was almost non-existent at this stage.
It is greatest at the poles, North and South, and almost nonexistent at the equator.
Zonal marking didn't work, defence was shambles and our midfield was non-existent at times.
Sleeping bags were non-existent at that time, but we covered ourselves with what little belongings we owned,? says Mr.
It's also worth noting that ancillary revenue from sources such as television are also essentially non-existent at this level.
For some the lines are blurred if non-existent on that.
Several gripes I have with my iPad are nonexistent on the nexus 7.
Chestnuts: Ergots or chestnuts are practically nonexistent on the hind legs of donkeys.
The visuals were practically non-existent on the video, just a fleeting glimpse of Sheridan.
From the fall of Adam to the last prophet prior to John the Baptist, the Kingdom was nonexistent on earth.
Making good two- and three-column layouts is an art, and often, I've found whitespace to be almost nonexistent on some of them.
A game topping the charts of one player's list may probably be ranked lower or might be non-existent on another player's list.
These problems are rare to nonexistent among poor American children.
In contrast, they were vanishingly rare to non-existent among Gaelic bynames.
One might argue that it is now almost non-existent among the younger generation.
Now, of course, hedging is virtually non-existent among most major gold mining companies.
Momentum profitability is large and significant among low-grade firms, but it is nonexistent among high-grade firms.
This is most striking among African Americans and non-Hispanic Whites, moderate among Mexican Americans, and almost nonexistent among Puerto Ricans and many Native American tribes.
Real engagement is nearly non-existent with most corporate pages.
But today they've become practically non-existent with email and the Internet.
Increased tax revenues would be nonexistent with a lumbering bus system along the H1.
Virginia High's offense has been almost non-existent with the Bearcats having scored zero offensive touchdowns in three games.
You will acquire knowledge nonexistent to 99.
It's almost non-existent to the masses at this moment in time.
Everybody else could grow shadowy, almost non-existent to him, but she could not.
You are termed ' Little ' because the Giant is nonexistent to them; they just can't see it.
Our survivorship research program went from nearly nonexistent to being one of the nation's leading programs.
When he reaches this spiritual state, what is seen as the sun, the moon, and the stars are non-existent to him, and what are experienced as human emotions are non-existent as well.
There were exceptions but the fact they are non-existent as a media today says it all.
Emissions for all countries in the southern hemisphere are virtually non-existent as a proportion of the whole.
Government involvement with Inuit and other Aboriginal peoples in Labrador was almost nonexistent before the 1930s.
Corruption is nonexistent by the standards to which you are used to.
Access isn't easy and facilities are non-existent by comparison to similar forests in Uganda and Rwanda.
For example, clinical and social psychology, virtually nonexistent during communism, are increasingly popular subjects of study.
At the time the wildlife was almost non-existent after twenty years of rampant poaching.
Going beyond this required a political base, which was almost non-existent after the Traditional Left committed hara-kiri by joining the Sinhala Only bandwagon in the 1960s.
Unless one enters the University system, the opportunities are very limited or non-existent within the country.
These surnames were very common in England, but were almost non-existent within Ireland previous to the conquest.
The concept of ' sola fide ' or ' saved by faith alone, ' one of the foundational beliefs promoted during his apostasy is non-existent within the words of the bible.
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) reports of development projects are non-existent under the totalitarian Chinese regime.
Poultry production in China -- virtually non-existent prior to 1978 -- is also becoming more industrialized.
Poultry production in China -- -virtually non-existent prior to 1978 -- -is also becoming more industrialized.
The MMR and autism scare, for example, is practically non-existent outside Britain.
Medical and educational services are almost nonexistent outside of the major towns, where they are at best basic.
Similarly, Dasgupta (2009) searched out that in India there is non-existent of norms and standards for the education of librarians.
Foreign direct investment into Tanzania was virtually non-existent from the late nineteen-seventies to the late nineties.
Progress in timekeeping in Europe was non-existent from around 500 AD to 1300 AD, but in other countries progress did continue with mechanical clocks being introduced in China.
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Funding support for Mia is non-existent due to her not having an intellectual disability.
Making lots of money is great, being non-existent because of it isn't.
Chances are your tax bill is much lower or non-existent because of them.
He further explained that the rules and regulations governing the industry were non-existent because of the barrage of problems.