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  • adverb In a nonmilitary way.

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Examples

  • The whole play of King Lear insists on the duty to intervene, on what I call "virtuous disobedience" and what it calls proper service: in the intervention of Kent in the opening scene, and in the intervention of Gloucester in aiding Lear (nonmilitarily) in direct contravention of the order he has received from his superiors not to do so ( "Though their injunction be to bar my doors").

    An Exchange on Shakespeare & Power

  • We're harassing them in other ways nonmilitarily around the world.

    CNN Transcript Jul 18, 2007

  • Gingrich advocated forcing Iran to dismantle its nuclear weapons program - "we're ideally going to do it nonmilitarily, but we are not going to tolerate an Iranian nuclear weapon" -- while Huntsman warned that additional sanctions on Iran "won't work because the mullahs in Tehran have already decided they want to go nuclear."

    News - latimes.com

  • Gingrich advocated forcing Iran to dismantle its nuclear weapons program - "we're ideally going to do it nonmilitarily, but we are not going to tolerate an Iranian nuclear weapon" -- while Huntsman warned that additional sanctions on Iran "won't work because the mullahs in Tehran have already decided they want to go nuclear."

    News - latimes.com

  • "If evidence makes it clear that North Korea was involved, we would fall into an extremely difficult dilemma, both militarily and nonmilitarily," Kim Jong-soo, a former defense minister, told reporters.

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  • "If evidence makes it clear that North Korea was involved, we would fall into an extremely difficult dilemma, both militarily and nonmilitarily," Kim Jong-soo, a former defense minister, told reporters.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • "If evidence makes it clear that North Korea was involved, we would fall into an extremely difficult dilemma, both militarily and nonmilitarily," Kim Jong-soo, a former defense minister, told reporters.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • "If evidence makes it clear that North Korea was involved, we would fall into an extremely difficult dilemma, both militarily and nonmilitarily," Kim Jong-soo, a former defense minister, told reporters.

    Starbulletin Headlines

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