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  • adj. Not alarmist.


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non- +‎ alarmist


  • But Miss Manners begs you to do this in a nonalarmist way.

    Miss Manners: Parents should learn to say 'sorry'

  • Roy Spencer of the University of Alabama, Huntsville, has noted that it's becoming nearly impossible to publish anything on global warming that's nonalarmist in peer-reviewed journals.

    The Climategate Whitewash Continues

  • Among the nonalarmist conclusions of Tilman et al. were that:

    Francois and Dano on Agricultural Yields « Climate Audit

  • So I don't want to be a nonalarmist, but the way I see a downgrade of the U.S. Treasuries from a AAA to AA - I'm just not so sure that's all that meaningful to the banks.

  • The nonalarmist, minority-government Conservatives do not necessarily want issues in the news that might erode public opposition to a unified left (particularly at this time, considering other items in Canadian political news at this time).


  • It's funny to see that people think mainstream reporting of "CRUgate" by CTV & CBC would be good for nonalarmist forces in Canada (at this time).


  • But be nonalarmist in your warnings, and remember that it’s her stuff, not yours.

    The Blessing of a B Minus


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