- n. Plural form of non-starter.
“Making a real dent in a land where the car is so entrenched is tough sledding and I would imagine any policies that severely discourage cars are non-starters.”
“Many of the suggestions would appear to be non-starters politically.”
“Doing so would necessitate the NLD disavowing its election victory and the ethnics relinquishing their means of preserving autonomy—clearly non-starters.”
“No mention is made here of the thousands of non-starters that Ertegun must have encountered in his nightly prowls.”
“Such reforms have been non-starters with most of the Democratic caucus due to fierce opposition from public sector unions.”
“I have omitted suggestions for taxes that I think are total political non-starters in the current environment, like a VAT tax.”
“Yet the session with Sperling cemented the fact that, despite growing evidence the economy will not heal on its own, this administration is failing to marshal an adequate response, accepting the conventional wisdom that all potential initiatives are political non-starters.”
“Getting a national exchange with a Medicare option, bans on denying pre-exisitng conditions, end of recission, employer/individual mandate, and stripping the anti-trust exemption from the insurance industry sounds pretty centre-left … which is where the party SHOULD be … but almost all of those conditions are non-starters.”
“But these kind of laws, now, are non-starters," Mr. Idlibi said.”
“Many of the other ideas floated by the Commission and national authorities are non-starters.”
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