from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Not: noncombatant.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- Used in the sense of not, to negate the meaning of the word to which it is prefixed.
- Prevocalic form of nona-
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A prefix used in the sense of not; un-; in-; as in nonattention, or non-attention, nonconformity, nonmetallic, nonsuit.
Small Change Breakfast Tips 1. Make oatmeal with milk non- or low-fat for more protein.
The role of non- nuclear means of deterrence to effectively prevent conflict and increase stability in troubled regions is a vital issue.
If a teacher can show, by presenting months of collected evidence, that a student has earned less than an "A," then a non-"A" grade should certainly happen.
Rape and sexual violence are used not just as weapons of war around the world but as forms of coercion and a way to instill fear and used as bribes for female students in classrooms, a way to severely marginalize and control women, even in non- conflict areas.
Something larger that truly is a "happening" at all, simply that, and no less remarkable for it — the mass effort to throw off the non-"happenings" that circumscribe all our lives to unambitious, repetitive cycles.
Here are a few "non-"categories with suggestions for each to get you started:
Still, Fitch classified the use of ASBE standards and non-"Big Four" auditors as "key weakness indicators" for several companies.
To hear more from Scaling Green's Communicating Energy lecture series at Solar Power International 2011 SPI, please listen what these solar energy leaders had to say on the National Solar Jobs Census 2011 and the Solyndra non-"scandal" at Scaling Green.
Late last week, news broke that 75 probationary non-"tenured" teachers who were improperly fired under then-DCPS Chancellor Michelle Rhee would be re-instated.
Repeatedly claiming his abject non- success to be their number one priority, the Party of Lincoln facilitated much executive stumbling by tripping the President at every step of every way since day one.