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- adjective Not
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"The voices of democracy inside Iran have made it amply clear that they need noninterfering support from the international community for their just demands," says Abbas Milani, the director of Iranian studies at Stanford University.
Demsetz: The issue seems to be that if you auction off spectrum rights, that this will raise the cost of noninterfering uses.
The noninterfering easement will permit the commons to operate in a way that elides some of the transaction costs that Lessig referred to.
You could market property rights in spectrum that were subject to a "noninterfering easement" -- anyone can use my spectrum as long as they do not interfere with my use of it.
She’s encouraged me a great deal in setting up my own small business- she’s a ‘harm reduction’ type by ideology, and extremely noninterfering.
Keep confidences Avoid repeating matters that will not be welcomed by others 10 Maintain your self-composure and avoid stress Practice your coping skills in order to maintain your composure and balance Don'ts 1 Don't treat your parent like a child Even if your parent reverts to childlike behavior, he/she always needs to be treated with respect and dignity As the parent's dependence increases, it is natural for adult children to find themselves unable to communicate in familiar ways 2 Don't criticize the care-receiver for occasional forgetfulness and other signs of growing older 3 Don't take sides with other family members in disputes or arguments It is better to be known as someone who is fair and noninterfering 4
They miss their kids, and this is a way to hold on to them in a noninterfering way. "