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nonvolatile

[ non-vol-uh-tl, -til or, especially British, -tahyl ]
/ nɒnˈvɒl ə tl, -tɪl or, especially British, -ˌtaɪl /
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adjective

not volatile.
(of computer memory) having the property of retaining data when electrical power fails or is turned off.

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