They will again be faced with the question of how to actually wield any useful influence over a non-existent peace process.
She lives alone, cell phone service is non-existent, and the only clothes she now has are packed into one small suitcase.
The lines—by both actors—are delivered as if they were read from an off-camera teleprompter, and the chemistry is non-existent.
Before they were done, "the boundaries between science, religion and magic were blurred or non-existent."
The West Germans ended up ransoming East Germans whose dissident activity was minor to non-existent.
A public school, as the term is understood now, was non-existent.
Immediately both dived, and became as it were non-existent on this sphere.
It must not be supposed that the intelligent Boer is non-existent; but, as I have said, he is in the minority.
There are forces now which were non-existent in the eighteenth century.
But the indebtedness may be the other way, or common to an earlier original, or non-existent.