Definitions

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  • adj. Not selective

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Examples

  • Almost all patients who take the long-term nonselective NSAIDS Advil, for example will demonstrate subepithelial gastric hemorrhage, and 8% to 20% more will have ulceration.

    Ditch your NSAID meds | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • "Look, man, don't feel too bad-I know it's got to be a shock, finding out your religion's dead, but we've got this new thing called nonselective altruism, so people are still -"

    The Life of the World to Come

  • Other natural herbicides are sold in the U.S. from well-known brands such as Jonathan Green and Safer, though many must be applied in significant quantities as pre-emergent weed suppressants or are nonselective, meaning they also kill grass.

    Where the Grass Is Made Greener

  • This kind of nonselective patient-level data could add substantially to what is known about the cardiovascular experience with rosiglitazone, Krumholz said.

    MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • Baird, a Vancouver Democrat running for his sixth term in Congress, told members of the local chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association that improving habitat while allowing the continuation of "nonselective" harvest in the river and in the ocean is akin to siting a new birthing center in a war zone.

    Water Conserve: Water Conservation RSS Newsfeed

  • About 92% of the third - and fourth-graders who attend Harlem Success Academy I passed the state math and English tests, making it the top-performing nonselective school in District 3 this year, according to a Harlem Success spokeswoman, Jenny Sedlis.

    Moskowitz Charter Plan Draws Fire

  • It is a nonselective weed killer that affects only the foliage.

    Green Scene: Some ideas for an environmentally friendly landscape

  • News creates separate lists for small liberal arts colleges, nonselective comprehensive universities, and so forth.

    On Amazon, everyone can be numero uno

  • The graduation rates of some for-profit institutions are well above 50% as high or higher than those of many four-year public colleges, let alone community colleges and nonselective public and private colleges (which often have rates below 50%).

    In Defense of For-Profit Colleges

  • The urban-public-boarding-nonselective-college prep model is exciting and should be replicated in urban centers across the country.

    Dan Brown: 60 Minutes, Urban Education, and Where Do We Go From Here?

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