Definitions

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  • adj. Not global.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ global

Examples

  • 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.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • 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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