Non in a sentence

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Definition of Non

  • No; not. See No a.
  • negation of a word or group of words

How to use non in a sentence. Non pronunciation.

And all this abomination is carefully hidden under a close veil of tinsel and finery, and foolish, empty ceremonies, in all ages the charlatan's conditio sine qua non.
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We shall find that when the "sledge" was not at hand, American ingenuity was able to use the "mallet" instead, making light machine guns perform all the function of artillery, and dispensing altogether, so far as any practical results were concerned, with that expensive and much overrated arm; that the Regular private is capable of meeting all demands upon his intelligence, and that the American non. com. is the superior of foreign officers.
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Indeed, the Aboriginal feared that the management of the Statue would be the sine qua non of negotiation with the Prince.
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Validé et n'eut qu'à leur payer une redevance annuelle, hommage consenti et non tribut de servitude, sans avoir à craindre l'ingérence du fisc ottoman.
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Il faut donc s'étonner, non pas qu'il y ait des Roumains hellénisants, encore en grand nombre, mais qu'il y ait des Roumains roumanisants.
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Aussi, tout l'effort des Grecs consiste-t-il non seulement à combattre le roumanisme en Macédoine, mais encore à le nier.
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Ils sont non reconnus, mais simplement tolérés par le gouvernement ottoman.
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Ils souhaitent ensuite platoniquement l'impossible égalité des droits de toutes les races et les non moins chimériques réformes sérieuses permettant à tous les éléments ethniques de se développer.
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The sine qua non for a flyer?
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And, under those circumstances, the public jealousy must have operated against the free movement of early Christianity: nothing could have disarmed it, except some counter-principle so managed, as to insure that freedom of public meetings which opened the _sine qua non_ channel for the free propagation of religious truth.
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No; we resume our thesis; we close this head by reiterating our correction of history; we re-affirm our position-that in Eastern Rome lay the salvation of Western and Central Europe; in Constantinople and the Propontis lay the _sine qua non_ condition of any future Christendom.
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Dat is ver' nice, but Mathurin is not proud- non.
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Do not confound this Knobelsdorff with the late Field-marshal of that name, who, in 1796, answered to a request which our then Ambassador at Berlin (Abbe Sieges) had made to be introduced to him, NON ET SANS PHRASE, the very words this regicide used when he sat in judgment on his King, and voted LA MORT ET SANS PHRASE.
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Thus Drusius (Tetragrammaton, sive de Nomine Dei proprio, p. 108) says, "Nomen quatuor literarum proprie et absolute non tribui nisi Deo vero.
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To the author of this work the recollection will ever be most grateful that he enjoyed the friendship of so good and so great a man; one of whom we may testify, as Johnson said of Goldsmith, that "nihil quod tetigit non ornavit.
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Une voix jeune et gaie lui fit quitter la fenêtre. - Le bourgeois n'est donc pas là, madame Lantier? - Mais non, monsieur Coupeau, répondit-elle en tâchant de sourire.
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Mais Gervaise se précipita, balbutiant: - Non, non!
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Nous avons déjeuné deux fois là-dessus, et l'on va vite, avec la charcuterie... Non, sans doute, je n'ai pas d'argent.
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Il ne dit pas non.
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Oh! non, l'eau chaude suffira...
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Examples of Non

Example #1
Is not this comparison of mine between the priesthood and the military caste interesting and logical?
Example #2
Military discipline still exists, but it is based on threats and dread, and undermined by a dull, mutual hatred. . . .
Example #3
It is also hoped to place before the intelligent American public some correct ideas of the new arm which was tried thoroughly at Santiago for the first time in the history of the world.
Example #4
We shall see that an army destitute of cavalry, and hence without "eyes"; not supported by artillery; in the most difficult country over which soldiers ever operated, and without maps or reconnaissance-in twenty days shut up and captured an army of twice its own effective strength, in a strongly fortified city, with better served and more numerous artillery.
Example #5
If this were granted, it was clear that Vraibleusia must in future only rank as a dependent state of a foreign power, since the direction of the whole island would actually be at the will of the supplier of pine-apples.
Example #6
Pine-apples could only be again procured by an application to the Prince of the World, whose connection they had rejected, and by an introduction into the island of those foreign agents, who, now convinced that the Vraibleusians could not exist without their presence, would be more arrogant and ambitious and turbulent than ever.