nonzero

[non-zeer-oh]
adjective
not equal to zero.

Origin:
1900–05; non- + zero

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nonzero   (nŏn-zîr'ō, -zē'rō)  Pronunciation Key 
Not equal to zero.
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Example sentences
Regarding survivable water landings in jet aircraft, there are actually a
  nonzero number.
Of course, to have a nonzero heritability in a population, a trait must be
  heritable at the individual level.
Only nonzero entries are provided, and the coordinates of each nonzero entry is
  given explicitly.
The second is a single digit, which is nonzero if the argument is nonzero.
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