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- adj. alternative spelling of nonstandard.
“The ECB has been criticized for increasing the volume of its balance sheet with purchases of government bonds and other so-called non-standard measures.”
“The ECB, which is also lending banks unlimited amounts of cash at its benchmark rate of 1.5 percent, has always said its so-called non-standard measures are temporary.”
“The ECB, which is also lending banks unlimited amounts of cash at its benchmark rate of 1.5 percent, has always said its so-called non-standard measures are "temporary.”
“This rush was the Pentagon's stated justification for sole-source procurements for a host of weapons and equipment, particularly for what's called "non-standard" equipment - in this case, Russian helicopters.”
“The non-standard nature of this proceeding has become the subject of legal conflict, now that the couple has broken up.”
“Basically all Holcomb had to do was find someone willing to do the surgery, and perhaps fund it somehow as health insurance is a bit vague about non-standard procedures, though many companies will cover such if it is not on the bleeding edge, which as my other comment suggests, the surgery itself is not.”
“These were artists with international renown who could sell out the largest opera houses even in non-standard repertory.”
“U.S. consumers like to be somewhat stubborn with standards, look at the CDMA/GSM split, and the non-standard allocation of 3G.”
“This is a very important dialect, but it is still just a dialect, and it is sometimes wrongly considered superior to non-standard dialects.”
“**: I say “more standard” here even though her usage of refute is still non-standard.”
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