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  • n. Plural form of nonacademic.

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Examples

  • That was statistically identical to the pattern of nonacademics.

    Week in Ideas

  • Researchers asked 324 philosophers, 753 academic nonphilosophers, and nearly 1,400 nonacademics to give their reactions to certain moral scenarios.

    Week in Ideas

  • This has opened the realm of narrative biography to some truly great nonacademics, such as Doris Kearns Goodwin, Robert Caro, Evan Thomas, Jon Meacham, and, above all, David McCullough.

    American Sketches

  • To allow these nonacademics to not only riot but to have the administration accede to their demands is only additional proof of the decline of our American education and of the minds of the students at this university.

    University Leaders Should Set Example And Resist Bullies

  • D.'s outside of academia, the nonacademics make a LOT more than their colleagues in academia.

    Do lawprofs give so much money to Democrats and almost none to Republicans because we're so cosmopolitan and well-educated?

  • Organizers seek papers or panels that will engage a broad audience of both academics and nonacademics alike.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Other than in the realm of life-saving medicine, why should any of this matter to nonacademics?

    WSJ on OA

  • Due to the political orthodoxy among most constitutional law professors, some of the most important and earliest of this scholarship was produced by nonacademics like Don Kates, Stephen Halbrook, David Kopel, Clayton Cramer and others.

    News Flash: The Constitution Means What It Says

  • I'm not one to exaggerate the charm or appeal of academics, but these nonacademics made me, for more than a few moments out of the evening, feel all kinds of snotty impatience.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • And I like nonacademics some of my best friends are nonacademics!

    Archive 2007-12-01

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