He could do as he pleased with one, who, to the world was practically a non-existing person.
Nothing but the unfolding, which is as yet in the non-existing future, can explain the manner of the close folding of character.
I admit that the phantom flight of the non-existing animals at which you remarked 'Whoa!'
Abolition of the right to settle or entail for non-existing lives.
But streets demand all shades of verbal expression (from the non-existing up to the autonomous creature).
A connexion is possible of two existing things only, not of one existing and one non-existing thing or of two non-existing things.
And what do we call the idea of a thing which we can conceive of as non-existing?
For simplicity's sake, asat will be translated henceforth by non-existing.
If the reference refers to a non-existing block, it is not linked.
The name Hidell, which you pronounced Hidell, was in connection with his activity with the non-existing organization.
c.1600, from French exister (17c.), from Latin existere/exsistere "to step out, stand forth, emerge, appear; exist, be" (see existence). "The late appearance of the word is remarkable" [OED]. Related: Existed; existing.