[non proh-sek-wi-ter] /ˌnɒn proʊˈsɛk wɪ tər/
a judgment entered against the plaintiff in a suit when the plaintiff does not appear in court to prosecute it.
(law) (formerly) a judgment in favour of a defendant when the plaintiff failed to take the necessary steps in an action within the time allowed Compare nolle prosequi
[pros-pekt] /ˈprɒs pɛkt/ noun 1. Usually, prospects. 2. anticipation; expectation; a looking forward. 3. something in view as a source of profit. 4. a potential or likely customer, client, etc. 5. a potential or likely candidate. 6. a view, especially of scenery; scene. 7. outlook or view over a region or in a particular direction. […]
- Nonprotein nitrogen
nonprotein nitrogen non·pro·tein nitrogen (nŏn-prō’tēn’, -tē-ĭn) n. Abbr. NPN The nitrogen content of substances other than protein in blood, tissues, and waste materials.
[pruh-vizh-uh-nl] /prəˈvɪʒ ə nl/ adjective, Also, provisionary [pruh-vizh-uh-ner-ee] /prəˈvɪʒ əˌnɛr i/ (Show IPA), (for defs 1, 2). 1. or serving for the time being only; existing only until permanently or properly replaced; temporary: a provisional government. 2. accepted or adopted tentatively; conditional; probationary. 3. (usually initial capital letter) of or being the wing of the […]
[sahy-kot-ik] /saɪˈkɒt ɪk/ adjective 1. Psychiatry. characterized by or afflicted with . Synonyms: (in nontechnical usage) insane, psychopathic, lunatic, mentally ill; mad, disturbed, deranged, demented, non compos mentis. Antonyms: sane; compos mentis, clearheaded, lucid. 2. Psychiatry. of or relating to psychosis: psychotic symptoms; psychotic delusion. 3. (loosely) mentally unstable: The man who threw a stone […]