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- adj. Not progressive.
- n. One who is not a progressive.
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- adj. old-fashioned and out of date
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Somewhat implying that changes away from that point in a nonprogressive way are somehow bad.
I dont want a nonprogressive life, never to venture beyond where I started.
Could a nonprogressive site like, say, Redstate, use these tools?
He worries, for example, that a consumption tax is necessarily nonprogressive.
Until such time as you offer a theory positing a new system of financial valuation formulae for properly determining financial value in the context of a virtual world, we're stuck relying on our own tiny little nonprogressive minds and mechanisms.
A lifelong, nonprogressive neurological disorder typically appearing before the age of three yeas.
And you are going to get a better picture than you would as far as a nonprogressive scan DVD player.
If it be without motion and nonprogressive, it is without the divine life; it is dead.
Anyone objecting to the implementation of these ideas is, therefore, a nonprogressive
Cerebral palsy describes a group of permanent disorders of the development of movement and posture, causing activity limitation, that are attributed to nonprogressive disturbances that occurred in the developing fetal or infant brain.
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