Definitions

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  • adjective Not a member of the family
  • noun A social grouping that is not a family.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ family

Examples

  • Richard MacKay , then vice chairman of Stiefel's board, alleges in a lawsuit that nonfamily board members weren't told the per-share price.

    SEC Sees Bitter Pill at Drug Maker

  • In 2006, amid an increasingly competitive luxury-goods industry, the company hired Mr. Norsa—a nonfamily member, industry veteran and former Valentino Fashion Group SpA executive—to fuel international growth and guide the company toward an eventual stock-market flotation.

    Ferragamo Takes Step Toward IPO

  • WSJ : Is it feasible that Hines at some day would have a nonfamily member at the helm?

    Hines Is Bullish on BRIC Countries, Apartments in U.S.

  • My husband cannot nonfamily newspaper word throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time.

    Gisele's Super-Sized Super Gaffe

  • This person said the boardroom maneuver is viewed by some insiders as a naked political play and the latest salvo in a struggle for influence over company operations pitting Toyoda family and nonfamily factions.

    Toyota Moves to Downsize Its Board

  • The care recipient must be either a relative living with you or on their own or a nonfamily member who has lived with you for the past year.

    Caregiver Tax Breaks

  • In 2008, the question of family vs. nonfamily management came to a head as Mr. Watanabe was preparing to retire as chief executive.

    Inside Toyota, Executives Trade Blame Over Debacle

  • More photos and interactive graphics Mr. Toyoda and his allies have been saying openly that when he took the top job last year after a 15-year hiatus for the Toyoda clan, he inherited a company weakened by nonfamily predecessors who sacrificed quality for faster growth and fatter margins.

    Inside Toyota, Executives Trade Blame Over Debacle

  • President Akio Toyoda, the 53-year-old grandson of the founder, has tried to push out one of the nonfamily executives: his predecessor as president,

    Inside Toyota, Executives Trade Blame Over Debacle

  • Hiroshi Okuda, a nonfamily president who ran the company from 1995 through 1999, has told at least two associates since the recalls of cars involved in sudden acceleration incidents earlier this year: "Akio needs to go."

    Inside Toyota, Executives Trade Blame Over Debacle

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