How to use Non-essential in a sentence

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  • The leprosy bacillus seems to have ' got rid of ' non-essential genes.

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  • In the character of his intellect, as in personal appearance, he bore an extraordinary resemblance to the first Napoleon, possessing the same marvellous lucidity of insight, and the same gift of infallibly distinguishing the essential from the non-essential.

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  • Apple doesn't hesitate to use the screen for fun (but non-essential) applications such as a calendar, a to-do list and a few simple games.

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  • All other non-essential people should not be allowed into studio during the shoot.

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  • The primary benefit associated with organic natural pet food is that most of it is made without additives, chemicals or preservatives, and non-essential bulk fillers, such as corn.

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  • When people are afraid, their bodies divert blood and oxygen from non-essential defense organs to large muscle groups in their extremities.

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  • With the emergence of The Food Network, a return to more traditional kitchen gear followed suit and these useful appliances were cast out as being non-essential to a "real" chef's cooking prowess.

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  • The exact amount isn't as important as the idea of limiting non-essential purchases.

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  • A budget should have some room in it for the non-essential things that are truly important to you.

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  • Setting a time limit and using an alarm to advise you of when this limit is up will help to reduce any loss of effectiveness due to spending time on non-essential tasks.

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  • He looks upon the form of church government as non-essential, but condemns Nonconformity.

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  • This elimination of the non-essential, grounded on the fundamental propositions with regard to forms, is the most important of Bacon's contributions to the logic of induction, and that in which, as he repeatedly says, his method differs from all previous philosophies.

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  • Jevons's general theory of induction was a revival of the theory laid down by Whewell and criticized by Mill; but it was put in a new form, and was free from -some of the non-essential adjuncts which rendered Whewell's exposition open to attack.

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  • The researchers also found that protein synthesis was not enhanced by the addition of non-essential amino acids.

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  • Unfortunately, the body considers the uterus to be a non-essential organ.

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