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- n. Alternative spelling of non-member.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is not a member.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who is not a member
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But Palestinian officials said they were likely to work around the Security Council and seek a vote among the 192-nation General Assembly aimed at giving Palestine the status of a nonmember observer state.
At the end of the day when the fireworks are over they will likely share the never-never land of enhanced status as a "nonmember state" of the UN similar to the status granted the Vatican.
During the Civil War, nonmember brokers paid $100 to listen at a keyhole to trading in the exchange.
Still, members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries have plenty of unused production and new capacity in nonmember countries is expected to come online in the coming years, both of which could act as a buffer to rising prices.
Member pass (eight punches), $20; nonmember pass (eight punches), $48; one-day pass (members and nonmembers), $7.
A possible next step for the Palestinians is to seek an upgrade in status—to a nonmember permanent observer state from a permanent-observer mission—in the General Assembly.
A golf course languishes half-complete and another lowered its initiation fee last year to $50,000 from $75,000 and opened its doors to nonmember golfers.
The 192-member Assembly could agree to grant Palestine the status of a nonmember observer state.
The Palestinians have a third option: Seek an upgrade from permanent-observer mission to a nonmember, permanent observer state in the Assembly.
Some credit unions say they will be forced to get rid of perks such as free checking, and increase fees for debit purchases, nonmember ATM transactions and insufficient funds.