non-profit-making love



from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. not commercially motivated; not profit-making; nonprofit; not for profit.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not commercially motivated


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  • When Anderson bought TED in 2001 on behalf of his non-profit-making Sapling Foundation, it was more like an elite supper club for the masters of the universe.

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  • "We're a non-profit-making organisation with links to the Green party locally," says its chair, Brian Levison.

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  • For this purpose the Bank shall, operating on a non-profit-making basis, grant loans and give guarantees which facilitate the financing of the following projects in all sectors of the economy.

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  • This is a Dutch-registered, tax-exempt, non-profit-making legal entity, which was given the shares of Mr Kamprad in 1982.

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  • Strictly speaking, only the last of the following formulations is correct: non profit making organization non-profit making organization non profit-making organization non-profit-making organization

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  • ‘The question for me is whether we should abolish non-profit-making schools,’ Sandström says.

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  • In the first instance though, the purchase must be made by the individual (or someone acting on his behlaf, but in a non-profit-making capacity) in the country of origin.

    Sovereignty up in smoke

  • Skipton's market will be in full swing on both days, supplemented by an array of stalls and sideshows set up by charities and non-profit-making organisations from in and around Skipton.

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  • Charity law defines all non-profit-making schools as charities.

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  • The letter to Google from the Association of American University Presses, which represents 125 non-profit-making academic publishers, is just the latest in a series of criticisms.

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