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Aryan in Nazi doctrine, a Caucasian of non-Jewish, esp. Nordic, descent. [2/4 definitions]
biobased being or pertaining to any non-food substance that is derived from living organisms.
body clock (non-technical) the internal mechanisms that regulate bodily functions; Circadian rhythm. [2 definitions]
bromeliad any of several plants of the pineapple family, usu. having stiff leaves and spikes of bright flowers, and sometimes growing non-parasitically on other plants.
charity a non-profit institution, organization, or fund concerned with aiding needy persons or promoting a cause. [1/5 definitions]
cold tablet a non-prescription tablet usually containing an antihistamine and fever-reducing drug, taken to relieve the symptoms of a cold.
diploid in biology, having two of each non-sex-determining chromosome in each cell. [3 definitions]
direct action a form of non-violent political action using immediately available means of communication, disruption, and confrontation, such as picketing, boycotts, demonstrations, and roadblocks.
dribble a slow, non-continuous flow of liquid; drip; trickle. [1/8 definitions]
electrolyte a conducting solution in which the movement of non-metallic ions accompanies a flow of electric current. [1/2 definitions]
failing in the absence of, in the non-occurrence of. [1/3 definitions]
felt2 a non-woven fabric made of matted, compressed animal fibers, another matted fabric resembling it, or an article made of it. [1/6 definitions]
gel a non-separating chemical mixture that resembles jelly. (See colloid.) [1/3 definitions]
gook2 (derogatory slang) a non-white person, esp. one of East Asia.
goy (often derogatory) a non-Jewish person.
Habitat for Humanity a non-profit worldwide housing organization founded in 1976 that recruits volunteers to build houses purchased through interest-free loans by the needy.
haploid in biology, having a single set of non-sex-determining chromosomes. (See diploid.) [2 definitions]
Hellenistic pertaining to non-Greeks of the ancient period who adopted Greek customs, language, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
laminar flow the regular and non-turbulent movement of a layer of liquid near a solid boundary. (Cf. turbulent flow.)
magnetic resonance imaging a non-invasive medical imaging technology using radio waves and powerful magnetic fields to make the interior of the human body visible in three dimensions and in real time.(abbrev.: MRI)
manhood suffrage within a nation, the right of all adult men to vote regardless of their status. In the United States in the nineteenth century, the movement within individual states toward manhood suffrage sought to guarantee that poor and propertyless white men would not be denied the vote. This movement succeeded in its particular aims but did nothing to ensure the right to vote for non-whites. Although the Fifteenth Amendment was passed after the Civil War to prevent states from denying the right to vote to anyone based on race, manhood suffrage continued to be denied to non-white adult males in many states.