- adj. Not critical
- adj. not in a state of crisis or emergency
- adj. marked by disregard for critical standards or procedures
- adj. not critical; not at a point of abrupt change
“Some executives estimate that Citigroup could dispose of as much as $12 billion in so-called noncritical assets.”
“And the Department of Homeland Security's own inspector general has examined the list and is questioning what it's calling noncritical assets, not just the kangaroos, a petting zoo, an apple and pork festival in Illinois, a Tennessee Mule Day Parade.”
“The result, across the nation: Teachers are being laid off and new hiring frozen, after-school programs cut, so called "noncritical" subjects like history eliminated, schools closed, and tuitions hiked at state colleges and universities.”
“Alcoa said it would stop all "noncritical" capital projects and suspend its share-buyback program.”
“Some executives estimate that Citigroup could dispose of as much as $12 billion in "noncritical" assets.”
“The hospital filed a "noncritical" missing persons report with the Los Angeles Police Department, which was changed to critical after Wilkinson told the police that her mother was suicidal.”
“It’s total [ly] ego centered … And you also get a kind of noncritical attitude — that’s to say, you have to respect my taste, and that this is my opinion … And these are my emotions, so please respect them …”
“noncritical" violations that were later corrected, said Jose Rodriguez, Columbus Public”
“noncritical" capital investment programs to try to conserve cash.”
“noncritical" items such as foreign automobiles and other consumer goods -- would have a significant impact on economic activity as well as the Ukraine's balance of foreign trade.”
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