Definitions

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  • adj. Not certified.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ certified

Examples

  • Foote is seeing similar swings in how much money companies are paying for a variety of certified and noncertified IT skills.

    8 trends driving IT job growth, salaries

  • Even then, however, I always also e-mail my client a noncertified soft copy of the file.

    Translator Gone Wild

  • To that end, teachers and school administrators have complained that the schools receive taxpayer funds while enjoying many freedoms regular public schools lack, such as hiring noncertified teachers or setting up their own disciplinary codes.

    Expanding the Charter Option

  • Users can search for deeds and print out noncertified copies at home.

    Proof of Homeownership

  • And that number is considered highly conservative, since it excludes work done by noncertified specialists, such as dermatologists, dentists -- even gynecologists.

    Our Quest To Be Perfect

  • But it's illegal to install noncertified stoves in places with strict standards, such as Washington State.

    Burning Issue

  • CA: Merced County - Merced voting machines noncertified

    'Daily Voting News' For Labor Day Weekend

  • If a noncertified photocopy of your birth certificate is acceptable to the Consulate and their requirement is only to have the translation apostilled, then your task is much easier.

    Apostilles..

  • The delay was due to changes needed to process it and difficulties in finding adequate amounts of "segregated" palm oil, which is separated from noncertified palm oil during production to ensure its purity, she said.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Unchecked, the accumulation and disposal of noncertified illegal voters can only prolong a partisan control of congressional strategies with undesirable results.

    marconews.com Stories

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