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  • adjective Not a campaign, or not related to a campaign


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non- +‎ campaign


  • Then he hits the noncampaign campaign trail to give speeches, including a major one in Philadelphia.

    Hunting The Angry Voter

  • In his noncampaign job with a PR firm, Mr. Penn had met with Colombia's ambassador to the U.S. to discuss the free trade agreement that President Bush sent to Congress yesterday.

    The New Liberal Taboo

  • The 700 Harvard students in the audience did-and gave a rousing send-off for Cuomo's tentative, noncampaign campaign.

    Now It's 'Don Quixote' Cuomo

  • Yes, it's hard to come away from all of this glorious stuff to the little noncampaign of the mayor, the also little mayor.

    On to Michigan

  • -- Michael Bloomberg's noncampaign for president had its most public moment to date yesterday, even though many observers said the window for a Bloomberg run is closing as independent voters begin to settle on declared candidates.

    Bloomberg in Spotlight but Still Not in Fray

  • Within the month it grew from 30 lines to 96, which still wasn't enough; the Perot Petition Committee, as the noncampaign soon dubbed itself, had to do a deal with the Home Shopping Network for 1,200 lines more.


  • Colin Powell's tantalizing noncampaign froze the field for months.

    Last Call

  • Mr. Penn's sudden fall came after The Wall S.reet Journal disclosed Thursday that he had met earlier in the week, in his noncampaign capacity, with the Colombian ambassador to the U.S. Mr. Penn didn't respond to requests for comment.

    Clinton Aide

  • But according to prosecution documents, Duke sold his house at a profit and was maintaining a variety of accounts open for noncampaign donations that, while not enormous, totaled more than $400,000 over a five-year period.

    Inmate David Duke

  • Charles Francis's fourth son, Brooks, accompanied his father to Switzerland for the arbitration of the Alabama claims and labored in the quixotic effort to win him the presidency by acclamation in 1876 Brooks complained that Carl Schurz, the noncampaign's manager, “was no more a leader than the man in the moon”5 Other young men besides Adamses ran errands, served as secretaries, pulled wires, and went on the campaign trail.

    America's First Dynasty


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