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  • adj. Not household.


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non- +‎ household


  • Of course, there were many other artists involved with the movement, most notably Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-98) and Frederic Leighton (1830-96), but plenty of other nonhousehold names.

    Diverging Tastes of Pre-Raphaelites

  • At the same time, "we've seen a sharp increase in nonhousehold savings in China since 2000," says Charles Adams, visiting professor at the National University of Singapore and a former economist for the International Monetary Fund in Asia.

    The Perils Of Thrift

  • In response to the control measures of Toronto Public Health, the number of persons who were exposed to SARS in nonhospital and nonhousehold settings dropped from 20 (13 percent) before the control measures were instituted (phase 1) to 0 afterward (phase 2).

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • At the same time, nonhousehold demand for water, particularly for irrigation, has been growing. -- Top News

  • These include: college dormitories, military quarters, agricultural workers’ dormitories, other workers’ dormitories, emergency shelters for homeless persons and visible in street locations, dormitories for nurses and interns in general and military hospitals, crews of maritime vessels, staff residents of institutions, other nonhousehold living situations, and living quarters for victims of natural disasters.

    The Population of the United States


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