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  • adj. Not global.


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non- +‎ global


  • He also discusses basic choices that apply to global and nonglobal investing alike: e.g., between closely held companies and those with broad, "democratic" corporate governance; or between "wired" and "wireless" companies.

    It's One Thing Or the Other

  • But if his approach to architecture is decidedly nonglobal, his ideas and principles are part of a worldwide movement.

    The Relentless Pursuer Of Ideals

  • To sharky and all my new friends on the right: THe Oregon Petition was initiated years ago by a nonglobal warming medical scientist, and was shown to contain such illustrious names as Drs. Honeycutt, Pierce, and Jerry Halliwell (otherwise known as Ginger Spice).

    Think Progress » The Mike Brown of Climate Change

  • For nonglobal accounts, the geographic head has full authority and responsibility, as previously, and is measured and rewarded based on his performance in the geographic region.


  • Other examples of such colliding options include debug vs non-debug kernel binaries, and global vs nonglobal zones.

    Sun Bloggers

  • Their widespread lingua franca has raised legitimate concerns about the futures of nonglobal languages and cultures, but it has also become the golden arrow in a vast community’s quiver, the only language to date that’s in a position to address matters of planetwide interest.

    The English Is Coming!


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