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Definition of Nonbiologically
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Literary usage of Nonbiologically
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1. Rural Substance Abuse: State of Knowledge & Issues edited by Elizabeth B. Robertson (1999)
"... the appropriate caretaker may be the grandparent(s), aunt and/or uncle, other relative, or even a nonbiologically related member of the community Thus, ..."
2. Children's Environmental Health Research: Indoor Mold and Children's Health edited by Allen Dearry, Gwen Collman (2000)
"However, the pitfalls associated with using nonbiologically based statistical models that implicitly assume some underlying form of biologic interactions ..."