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  • adj. Alternative spelling of non-binding.

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Examples

  • The standards, covering thermal insulation and other energy-saving improvements to windows and outer walls, are currently characterized as nonbinding targets.

    Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

  • U.S. calls nonbinding accord 'great step forward' amid dissent

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  • According to CBC News, Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper called the nonbinding agreement "comprehensive and realistic".

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  • Skeptics called the nonbinding vote an exercise in futility for the proud region centred around Barcelona, which boasts a distinct cultural identity and accounts for about one-fifth of Spain's economy but says it get does not get enough in return.

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  • Skeptics called the nonbinding vote an exercise in futility for the proud region centered around Barcelona, which boasts a distinct cultural identity and accounts for about one-fifth of Spain's economy but says it get does not get enough in return.

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  • Sounds like my 'nonbinding' resolution to lose 20 pounds.

    Obama near climate change accord with China, others

  • The deadline is "nonbinding," but that doesn't mean the Democrats who run Congress won't pay a price:

    The Monster That Ate Congress

  • Why even go through the motions when everyone with half a lick of sense understands that "nonbinding" means the legislation is nothing but a toothless, meaningless symbol?

    Congressional Dems Willing To "Compromise" On Iraq

  • The administration has said it is "nonbinding," will not include language on specific troop numbers or authorize permanent bases, and does not commit the United States to defend Iraq.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: U.S., Iraq Negotiating Security Agreements

  • Students who normally would have applied early to Harvard and Princeton applied to MIT's early-admissions program, which is nonbinding, meaning that even if they're accepted, students aren't obliged to attend, says Stuart Schmill, dean of admissions at MIT.

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