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nonestablishment

Definitions

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  • adjective Not a member of the establishment

Etymologies

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non- +‎ establishment

Examples

  • By the early 1800s, all such public subsidies for religion ended and nonestablishment was taken to mean that all levels of government are precluded from providing financial support to any particular religion.

    American Grace

  • Mr. Cain, meanwhile, is proudly the nonestablishment, unconventional candidate who has little use for the way things have been done, and, fittingly, has fewer people who have been part of Republican administrations or campaigns.

    Candidates Mold Economic Teams

  • Apple's aggressive defense of what it believes to be its intellectual-property rights has surprised some in the technology sector—especially as the company has long-cultivated an image as the cool, nonestablishment corporation.

    Apple Takes a Blow In Fight With Samsung

  • The nonestablishment tea party changed the national debate and cleared the way for reasonable GOP voices such as Rep. Paul Ryan's to be heard.

    Thinking and Dividing and the Pursuit of Happiness

  • FreedomWorks, whose chairman is former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, has backed a series of nonestablishment candidates this year, including a challenger to GOP Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana.

    Paul Still in GOP; Tea-Party PAC Steps Into House Race

  • Consider the evidence: Since the U.S. announced a "new" Burma policy of engagement coupled with sanctions last September, the generals have imposed onerous requirements for contesting seats, banned Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party and violently intimidated nonestablishment candidates.

    Business as Usual With Burma

  • Why do they ignore the part about freedom of and nonestablishment of religion?

    Is the lunatic fringe hijacking America?

  • Other U.S. museums are also commissioning cool, nonestablishment international designers.

    Everyone Will Want A Bilbao

  • The First Amendment's guarantee of religious liberty, and of the nonestablishment of religion, was devised to create a secular state in which all religions would be equally tolerated and none given preference.

    Council for Secular Humanism Chides Congress for Disrespecting Religions

  • Council for Secular Humanism Chides Congress for Disrespecting Religions yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Council for Secular Humanism Chides Congress for Disrespecting Religions'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The 1st Amendment\'s guarantee of religious liberty, and of the nonestablishment of religion, was devised to create a secular state in which all religions would be equally tolerated and none given preference.

    Council for Secular Humanism Chides Congress for Disrespecting Religions

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