nonenvironmental love



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  • adj. Not environmental.


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non- +‎ environmental


  • An exhaustive "environmental" review (which includes such nonenvironmental issues as archaeology and socio-economic conditions) is usually required.

    Enough With Jane Jacobs Already

  • Bush may say that Clinton loves owls more than people; Clinton will respond that job losses in Pacific logging were caused by nonenvironmental factors such as timber exports to Japan.

    Who Would Be Cleaner?

  • All of the nonenvironmental conditions for warrant, furthermore, are met.

    Warranted Christian Belief

  • There has been a loss of faith in environmentalistic explanation, but this should be qualified by saying that even among the most deterministic thinkers there had always been loopholes for nonenvironmental influences


  • In the authors 'view, this discovery highlights the importance of nonenvironmental factors in tree planting and retention.

    Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories

  • The fact that someone might be able to compromise a few of the station’s nonenvironmental systems was farther down on the list of concerns.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • It wasn’t the usual auxiliary control system, but an unmanned maintenance substation that serviced nonenvironmental systems.

    Songs of Love & Death


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