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non·sense

(non'sens),
As used in genetics, relating to a mutation that causes a sequence such that the growing peptide chain terminates, often after several incorrect amino acid residues are incorporated.

nonsense

(nŏn′sĕns′, -səns)
n.
adj.
Genetics Of or relating to a mutation in a structural gene that changes a nucleotide triplet into a stop codon, thus prematurely terminating the polypeptide chain during protein synthesis.

non·sense

(non'sens)
genetics A mutation that causes a sequence such that the growing peptide chain terminates, often after several incorrect amino acid residues are incorporated.
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Reading this book is like watching a film that flickers in and out of focus; however, we may still want to watch Fitzgerald, because if he ever gives up this notion about non-sense, his work promises to be delightful.
But in sense-optional poetry, sense and non-sense are as interdependent as bird wings in flight:
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For example, see Zak's discussion of the song "Sh-Boom": originally recording in 1954 by the Chords, a quintet of black men born in the Bronx, "Sh-Boom" was "punctuated by extended phrases of non-sense syllables.
Talking to media men here in the building of the Supreme Court (SC), he said new provinces were a constitutional requisite; hence, the demand for new provinces could not be held as non-sense.
Berlin interprets Rousseau's concept of freedom as a 'religious concept', so by saying 'human is free' we can identify a non-sense, a genuine tautology (13).
15) In other words, his logos both links and separates sense and non-sense.
AaAaAaAaNoting that several countries have opted for decentralization, the French law expert deplored that the "Polisario" supporters are adamant in their refusal to discuss this project, although, he went on, history teaches us that stubbornness leads to non-sense as was the case for the post-war division of Europe in two camps.
The approach of Merleau-Ponty to film in his essay "The Film and the New Psychology" (1945) in the anthology Sense and Non-Sense (1964) clarifies that the filmic image is both the visible expression of the perception of film and the object of the perception of the spectator; it is understood as an image of increased perception recreating the relation to the world, enabling man to discover himself in the image: "This is why the movies can be so gripping in their presentation of man: they do not give us bis thoughts, as novels have done for so long, but bis conduct or behaviour.
It's not too hard nor too impossible for the Arab league to come up with a way to send available aids directly to the people of Gaza just like the Viva Palestina convoy; free of bogus bureaucratic non-sense as it should be; a severe humanitarian crisis --which is worsening by the hour- calls for little room for dirty politics and more room forC* well humanitarian work
and non-sense, with the latter simply lacking in meaning.
Auditory matching instruction was conducted in five phases; matching environmental sounds in the presence of no sound, matching five different environmental sounds in the presence of sounds, matching five different words in the presence non-sense words, matching five different words in the presence of words, and matching five different pairs of words which had similar phonetic structures.