- non- + compliant (Wiktionary)
“People who can’t make the changes that promise the hope of improvement are called noncompliant and irrational.”
“Having said that, what we're seeing are major land and air strikes, coordinated precision strikes against what the Army is calling noncompliant groups.”
“The boss, a really patient sort, asks you to 'think different' about all these 'noncompliant' customers, each of whom has an iTunes account backed by a credit card, and has developed the habit (encouraged by Apple) of paying for content.”
“We don't always get the appropriate advice and necessary care, and because so many healthcare workers immediately assume that we're "noncompliant," they treat us very defensively, and we in turn, react accordingly.”
“I countered, soon becoming the stereotypical "noncompliant" black woman.”
“Conscious, alert, and in charge of my own health care here at home, I can weigh all the factors and adjust medication that prevents plugs, refuse meds if I don't need or want them, ask for suction, request more or less water in my cuff -- all without being institutionally "noncompliant" or having something decided without my input or consent.”
“Airbus, part of EADS.NV, said the WTO also condemned its "noncompliant" research grants, but noted that these would affect Boeing worse when the trade body rules on whether the Chicago-based company benefited from billions of dollars in funding from NAS. and the U.S. Defense Department.”
“MRT removes 'noncompliant' ad billboards photo: Creative Commons/Steve Jurvetson”
“Three months after she wrote that he was "noncompliant," he returned 30 pounds lighter, saying he'd felt bad at her disappointment in him.”
“Police Department is found "noncompliant" in three areas; still has national certification.”
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