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  • adj. That is not music or not involved with music.


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non- +‎ music


  • Nor should it be a referendum on the sort of music or nonmusic your neighbor listens to.

    Ask Amy

  • (Further bonus: iPod can also be used as a fast storage device for nonmusic files.)

    Mac Music

  • Today, thanks to the closure of Tower Records and the reduction of music floor space at mass retailers, nonmusic retailers like Starbucks have become critical to selling high-priority releases.

    Victoria's Secret Struts to Spice Girls CD

  • Schuler, the parade's co-chairwoman, said organizers aimed for variety in assembling the parade as they mixed music-oriented floats, nonmusic floats and walking groups.

    The Columbus Dispatch Feed

  • JJ are out, Sonny & the Sunsets are in, nonmusic attractions announced

    Chicago Reader

  • "It can serve as a model for the nonmusic areas, which as you know, for us have been problematic," he said.

    news | OS |

  • School of Music Director Karl Kramer said Thursday the faculty will allow nonmusic majors to indicate which choral group they'd like to join when they audition each year.

    The News-Gazette Local Stories

  • They launched a campaign to pressure administrators to drop the requirements for nonmusic majors.

    The News-Gazette Local Stories

  • The faculty will do everything possible to accommodate each nonmusic major's preference for an ensemble.

    The News-Gazette Local Stories

  • Reps for Crawford and the movie did not immediately comment. first to report, Crawford quickly auditioned for the updated take on the '80s classic flick after Zac Efron ditched the project in favor of nonmusic-centric projects.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories


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