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  • adj. Not of pertaining to industry or some specific industry.


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non- +‎ industry


  • Some of the nonindustry parties already getting tongues wagging: Nicholas Berggruen , of Berggruen Holdings, is holding his annual pre-party at the Chateau Marmont, the same night Larry Gagosian is hosting an event with the actor James Franco .

    A Campaign for the Vain

  • Kathleen Quinn, a spokeswoman for the agency, said panel choices were made based on the federal statute, which said the nonindustry members of the panel could not have received any salary or payments from any tobacco manufacturer, distributor or retailer in the previous 18 months.

    FDA Tobacco Panel Includes Members With Quit-Smoking Ties

  • But all those claims are compatible with the widely recognized fact that antidepressants have helped a great many people and that, as John Michael Bostwick of the Mayo Clinic has written, several recent, large nonindustry studies indicated that rates of suicide and suicidal behavior were actually reduced in children who used antidepressants, despite piteous anecdotal tales.

    The Truth About Prozac: An Exchange

  • Taking a nonindustry job would kill her chances at that.


  • James Dieke, serious journalist and “best nonindustry friend” to Tyler Kydd, is staring at the screen, on which there is a close-up of a severed foot.

    Monkeys in Manhattan: Diekes Make Love, War

  • According to several people on nonindustry sponsored gardening blogs I read, their new

    Sun Journal top news

  • Thursday, the runway shows open to nonindustry folk, starting with the Swimwear and Miami Style showcases.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • The more common nonindustry view is of advertising as a fundamentally crooked enterprise that aims to brainwash us into buying products we don't really need to solve problems we don't actually have and attain ideals we don't genuinely aspire to.

    Reason Magazine

  • Copy departs from this stereotype in large part because it's not a nonindustry depiction.

    Reason Magazine

  • However, he added, the AHA will abide by an ACCME guideline that industry personnel cannot present research when nonindustry investigators also serve as authors. - medical news plus CME for physicians


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