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- n. Plural form of noncommunist.
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On a wider scale, the party launched smear campaigns and blacklists against noncommunists, targeting such figures as Barbara Stanwyck, Lana Turner, and Bette Davis.
The cold war was raging, and in the eyes of the American public the front line of that war was clearly marked by the boundary between the communists in the north, and the noncommunists in the South.
The Geneva Conference of 1954 divided Vietnam into North Vietnam, controlled by communists, and South Vietnam, controlled by noncommunists.
Gen. de Gaulle assumed control of the nationwide Rassemblement du Peuple Français (Rally of the French People, RPF) to rally noncommunists to the cause of unity and reform.
Hemisphere, including noncommunists, and the immediate release of all progressive fighters who have become victims of the repressions of fascism and reaction.
"Such expressions as 'democracy,' 'equality,' 'freedom,' and 'justice' are merely the Party's Aesopian devices to impress noncommunists.