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nonresistant

(nŏn′rĭ-zĭs′tənt)
adj.
1. Not resistant, especially to a disease or an environmental factor, such as heat or moisture.
2. Submissively obedient.

non′re·sis′tant n.
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Tests found that the resistant swede Marian showed severe symptoms, while the resistant cabbage Kilaxy (Suttons) was less affected than its nonresistant counterpart Marner Large White.
Accordingly Christians do not ask governments to be nonresistant, but they can ask that those in power be just, care for the orphans and widows, and use the least violent means possible to secure order.
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But when confronted with ongoing, low-dose exposure to a drug, the resistant bacteria thrive, while nonresistant bacteria die off.
In 1943 Bender presented his influential essay, "The Anabaptist Vision," as the presidential address before the American Society of Church History in which he not only attempted to rehabilitate nonresistant Anabaptism from the twin specters of Muntzer and Munster, but also laid out a vision for twentieth-century Mennonite life.
For example, the comparison of genetic information from disease- or pest-resistant plant strains with nonresistant strains and the use of selective breeding programs for favorable traits will significantly increase the number and success of new strains available to various agricultural areas around the world.
As a result, trees fall, landslides form, and nonresistant plants are killed.