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Lacking a means of communication.
- ‘I think the great danger is it splitting into two rather non-communicating factions, north and south.’
- ‘He did not speak of the mind possessing independent faculties or non-communicating departments.’
- ‘And to the extent that the process makes people less able to work cooperatively on shared problems, by turning collections of people into non-communicating confessional groups, there are dangers for society as a whole.’
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