nonconcurrence love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A refusal to concur.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Refusal to concur.

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  • noun Refusal to concur.


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non- +‎ concurrence


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  • According to the revised procedures, the Chief Counsel is required to "state in writing the reason for nonconcurrence" whenever it objects to an enforcement action.

    FDA Feeling The Heat 2007

  • Suppose the nonconcurrence of Maryland should defeat the location E F G H E, it can only be done on this principle, that the first location A B C D A was valid, and unalterable, but by mutual consent.

    Reports and Opinions While Secretary of State 1892

  • But it was as yet uncertain whether the proposal would obtain more than a few stray votes in the House: and when, after a debate in which the speaker's on the contrary side were conspicuous by their feebleness, the votes recorded in favour of the motion amounted to 73 -- made up by pairs and tellers to above 80 -- the surprise was general, and the encouragement great: the greater, too, because one of those who voted for the motion was Mr Bright, a fact which could only be attributed to the impression made on him by the debate, as he had previously made no secret of his nonconcurrence in the proposal.

    The autobiography of John Stuart Mill 1873

  • a sum of money fur the construction of a new water main and to issue bonds in payment therefor, referred by the House to the committee on Cities and sent up for concur - rence, came down referred, in nonconcurrence« to the oommittee on Water Supply.

    Journal of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1785


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