Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nonengineer.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, Guangdong's recently announced 20% hike in the minimum wage is of little relevance given average wages that are, in EVA Precision's case, twice as high for nonengineers and five times higher for engineers.

    Labor Leads China's Virtuous Cycle

  • A required course for nonengineers, it is a traditional source of high anxiety and low grades.

    Sailing Through Troubled Seas

  • Analysts say the rise of Choi and other nonengineers shows that Samsung, having established its technological credentials, wants to listen more carefully to customers when developing future products.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • These pumps can move water at a rate of over eight thousand cfm— sorry, for you nonengineers, that’s cubic feet of water per minute.

    Gideon’s war

  • These pumps can move water at a rate of over eight thousand cfm— sorry, for you nonengineers, that’s cubic feet of water per minute.

    Gideon’s war

  • These pumps can move water at a rate of over eight thousand cfm— sorry, for you nonengineers, that’s cubic feet of water per minute.

    Gideon’s war

  • These pumps can move water at a rate of over eight thousand cfm— sorry, for you nonengineers, that’s cubic feet of water per minute.

    Gideon’s war

  • Bell’s executives, lawyers, marketers and other nonengineers were in that building.

    The Dream Machine

  • There was no one else at Bell or Boeing who knew the tiltrotor’s history and technology as well as he did and also could talk about it in a way nonengineers could grasp.

    The Dream Machine

  • Bell’s executives, lawyers, marketers and other nonengineers were in that building.

    The Dream Machine

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