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nondiscriminatory

Definitions

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  • adjective Not discriminatory; not effecting or resulting in discrimination.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There are already "program-access" rules that apply off-line, specifying that any cable operators that own programming have to make it available to rivals like satellite-TV firms and phone companies on "nondiscriminatory" terms.

    Comcast Could Suffer From Universal Access

  • The problem with "nondiscriminatory" is that nature, health, family history & etc. are already discriminatory.

    Should the government decide that you've lived long enough?

  • I note the "nondiscriminatory" comment, and will take it at face value.

    Patch, Patch, Patch

  • The FCC has called for a "reasonable network management" carve out, but has used the term "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    C - Advertising News

  • "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    C - Advertising News

  • "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • "nondiscriminatory," for its fifth principle, which network operators are concerned could tip the scales toward preventing some network management practices necessary to prevent bottlenecks or sustain business models.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • Mr. Wen urged trade partners to take a "flexible and pragmatic attitude" toward China's revised proposal to join the World Trade Organization's government-procurement agreement, which requires nondiscriminatory access to government purchases.

    Wen Renews Chinese Vow to Buy European Bonds

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