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  • adjective Not green.


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non- +‎ green


  • Esperanto also has plain negative ne-, so "nongreen" the set of colors of dead leaves, considered as a single color? can be neverda. SUIOGOTHIC.

  • Reuters As green architecture spreads, nongreen office buildings may see discounts to prices when compared with environmentally friendly structures, according to a Dutch study.

    It Isn't Easy Being Green in Europe

  • Nils Kok , a professor at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, published a study in May based on a comparison of 1,100 leasing transactions in the Dutch country from the combined databases of three large property agents in the Netherlands: CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., DTZ Zadelhoff and Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. The study concluded that nongreen buildings carried a 6.5% discount in price compared with green buildings.

    It Isn't Easy Being Green in Europe

  • Theo likes it because if I bring guacamole on Green Monday for his brother, I slip a personal-size nongreen sausage pizza into the fridge for him.


  • The buildings use an average of 35% less energy and 28% less water than nongreen branches.

    One Green Design Fits All

  • For mushroom, carrot, beet, turnip, celery root, leek, caramelized onion, or custard from any other nongreen vegetable that strikes your fancy, follow the method for a sweet bell pepper custard, but replace the bell pepper with 8 ounces of the vegetable of your choice.


  • And if a green product doesn't perform as well as its nongreen peers, is it really preferable?

    As Eco-Seals Proliferate, So Do Doubts

  • Walnut Creek, Calif., says it is too early to compare sales against nongreen Shea homes.

    Home Builders Go 'Green'

  • Other builders say sales are on the upswing but it is too early to tell whether it is at a faster pace than their comparable, nongreen developments.

    Home Builders Go 'Green'

  • CHETRY: There's an interesting study that often shows says that 92 percent of college graduates choose a green company over a nongreen company.

    CNN Transcript Jan 16, 2008


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