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  • adj. Not diverse.


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non- +‎ diverse


  • Scandinavia has traditionally been nondiverse, but that was mostly a function of how hard it was to get there.

    Matthew Yglesias » The American Way

  • But smart CEOs and business leaders are waking up to the fact that diversity actually encourages people to be much more creative and productive than when they work in nondiverse groups.

    The Pirate’s Dilemma

  • Cultural diversity is something we learn from and any society that outlaws the free access to arts and culture is risking their cultural development becoming stagnant and nondiverse.

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  • Howard Dean is the antiwar, finger-waggling ex-governor of a tiny, nondiverse state.

    Philocrites: September 2003 Archives

  • Stuck up professors, only 1000 nondiverse students, cornfields, and now it looked extremely right-wing.

    Be nice or I'll wish you into a cornfield.

  • But Andrew Brantlinger, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland who has researched secondary-school math education, sees the math pipeline as "overwhelmingly nondiverse."

    NYT > Home Page

  • If you want to serve a diverse community, you'll do that more effectively with diverse management than with a nondiverse management.

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  • US delegation in Honduras pushes for resolution to 4-month political crisis First openly gay US attorney _ 'most nondiverse diverse person' _ begins job in Seattle AP Interview: Foreign Minister says Cuba prepared for talks with the US 'on any level'

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  • The defendants timely removed on the basis that KPRC Houston, the only nondiverse defendant. was improperly joined.

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