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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to a park.


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non- +‎ park


  • In an interview earlier this year, Dr. Michael V. Seiden, president and CEO of Fox Chase, said the cancer center was exploring "nonpark" expansion alternatives at its existing site, at other sites in the city, and locations outside the city.

    San Antonio Business News - Local San Antonio News | The San Antonio Business Journal

  • The city would build a park, but the project would have to finance itself, both parties agreeing that as much as 20 percent of the site could be devoted to revenue-generating nonpark uses such as housing.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • It has done so by preventing the exploitation by IOCs of reserves available in nonpark federal lands in the West, Alaska and under the waters off our coasts.

    Blame Congress for High Oil Prices

  • The letter said that "whether, how and when any portion of a New York City park may be used for nonpark purposes are decisions to be made by the State Legislature, not the mayor, not the parks department and certainly not Lincoln Center."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Officials in Bloomington, Golden Valley and St. Louis Park said they don't remember getting formal requests to plant on or improve upon city-owned, nonpark properties. rss feed

  • There is no good reason why the stadium venue cannot be changed to a much better nonpark location on existing vacant land, i.e., the old industrial clearance area south of 79th Street.

    Chicago Reader


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