Definitions

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  • adj. Not federal.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ federal

Examples

  • WILLIAMSON: Well, I submitted a foyer request, Freedom of Information Act request for documents on travel from what are called nonfederal sources.

    CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2007

  • Some of the monies, so-called nonfederal or soft money that is contributed, that would not be accepted because that would be restricted.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Families who are going with nonfederal loans should remember that variable interest rates are quite likely to go up.

    Get Smart About College

  • Since states and cities will not be changing their income tax rates, nonfederal tax rates could effectively be outrageously high.

    Debating Herman Cain's Bold 9-9-9 Tax Reform Plan

  • In 2002, the city and state split equally the nonfederal cost of educating city children, the mayor said; in the upcoming fiscal year, the city's share has grown to 61%.

    Mayor Stands Firm on Teacher Layoffs

  • The inventory, covering frequency bands between 225 megahertz and 10 gigahertz, would be conducted by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, which oversees the federal government's use of spectrum, and the Federal Communications Commission, which oversees nonfederal and commercial use.

    D.C. area congressional votes

  • Von Storch has sunk nearly $100,000 of his own money into producing a pilot titled "Complicated Order," which paints von Storch as a prototypical Bravo-ready diva -- driven, a smidge catty, exuding wealth, surrounded by insane employees -- who is building an empire in a cosmopolitan, nonfederal version of Washington.

    D.C. developer David von Storch is pumped to take fitness centers to a new level

  • The survey by the Bureau of Economic Analysis includes a disclaimer that because its statistics do not measure the level of work in a particular profession -- a lawyer litigating multimillion dollar malpractice lawsuits vs. one conducting government audits -- the data cannot be used to compare federal and nonfederal workers.

    Federal officials fight back over criticism about salaries

  • The public is starting to discover the seriousness of the state and local fiscal position, but the magnitude and fallout of the developing nonfederal government crisis will prove shocking.

    Boing Boing

  • President Barack Obama last month signed a $26 billion jobs bill intended to protected 300,000 teachers and other nonfederal government workers from layoffs.

    Texas Sues Feds Over $830 Million In Education Aid

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