nonidentifying love


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  • adj. That does not identify something.


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non- +‎ identifying


  • You should decide whether you want this first contact to be nonidentifying.

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  • I had finally received my nonidentifying letter from Maisie in the Hillsborough County Court Records Office.

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  • “For fifty dollars, I can send you your nonidentifying information in a letter.”

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  • However, the information would still be available to law-enforcement agencies, officers, and agents in the course of law-enforcement duties, and nonidentifying statistical information would be available to the general public.

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  • The only clue Melchiorre had was a nonidentifying information sheet that mentioned an older brother and an aunt with diabetes.

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  • I realized that the point of the nonidentifying letter was to give information that wasn’t specific—but there were so many other things I wanted to know instead.

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  • What you didn’t tell someone was just as debilitating as what you did; I only had to look as far as my stupid nonidentifying letter to feel it firsthand.

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  • The hospital disclosed nonidentifying information to the 450 patients with whom Dr. Doe had some involvement, and in addition, notified the other treating physicians of Dr. Doe’s condition and identity.

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