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noncontributors

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  • noun Plural form of noncontributor.

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Examples

  • When they submitted lists to the president-elect, he invariably scrawled in the margins “not diverse enough” or “better mix,” the latter meaning that he wanted to see more noncontributors, Hillary supporters, or Republicans considered.

    THE PROMISE

  • When they submitted lists to the president-elect, he invariably scrawled in the margins “not diverse enough” or “better mix,” the latter meaning that he wanted to see more noncontributors, Hillary supporters, or Republicans considered.

    THE PROMISE

  • When they submitted lists to the president-elect, he invariably scrawled in the margins “not diverse enough” or “better mix,” the latter meaning that he wanted to see more noncontributors, Hillary supporters, or Republicans considered.

    THE PROMISE

  • This group is united by a vow to soak up as much greenhouse gas as they emit -- rendering themselves noncontributors to global warming.

    Periscope

  • This group is united by a vow to soak up as much greenhouse gas as they emit -- rendering themselves noncontributors to global warming.

    PERISCOPE

  • Most television ministries deny that contributors and noncontributors receive different treatment in the processing of requests, but our research revealed that this simply is not always the case.

    Prime Time Preachers: The Rising Power of Televangelism; with an Introduction by T George Harris

  • Some organizations, however, send the same materials to contributors and noncontributors alike.

    Prime Time Preachers: The Rising Power of Televangelism; with an Introduction by T George Harris

  • When the researchers clipped the wings of the more productive group members, the previous noncontributors swung into action and picked up the feeding slack.

    Ars Technica

  • "There is simply no evidence … that there is an untapped pool of noncontributors that would be brought into the system," the NCTA said.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • In addition to noncontributors being charged for contributions, at least $218 million has been received by the Obama campaign from donors of under $200 whose names it is keeping secret, according to FEC spokesman Robert Biersack. and the Washington Times off of "O Force One."

    Media Blog

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