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  • adj. not participating


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  • Mr. Waibel's book "Sovereign Defaults Before International Courts and Tribunals," says that nonparticipating creditors in Argentina's coercive 2005 debt restructuring—at 30 cents on the dollar—filed 140 individual lawsuits and 18 class-action suits in the U.S. and obtained judgments totaling $6.4 billion.

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  • If a nonparticipating opponent spends more than a preset amount, the state provides matching funds to a participating candidate.

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  • She cites the Texas Higher Education Collaborative as a model in which student teachers prepared by faculty members in the collaborative have been shown to obtain better student outcomes than instructors from nonparticipating programs.

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  • Thus, the nonparticipating candidate's $10,000 in added spending leads to the deployment of $20,000 in tax subsidies against him.

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  • Getty Images Suppose that in a three-way primary, a single nonparticipating candidate, a centrist, is fighting criticism from participating candidates to his left and right.

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  • If a nonparticipating candidate spends less than a participating candidate, or if a group makes $50,000 in independent expenditures in favor of a participating candidate, the participating candidate's subsidy isn't reduced.

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  • States have enacted laws requiring the nonparticipating companies to set aside payments in escrow accounts.

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  • Last year, the U.S. market share of nonparticipating companies rose to 6.5%, the highest mark since 2004, when it stood at 8.27%, according to the National Association of Attorneys General.

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  • Preliminary findings from schools testing out the strategy in Boston show that after 12 weeks of lessons, students who took part in the program scored as well on vocabulary tests as nonparticipating students who were two years older, Snow has said.

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  • The plaintiffs contend that the law stifles their speech because nonparticipating politicians and independent advocacy groups must weigh fund-raising and spending decisions against the risk of triggering the matching-funds provision that would benefit their opponent.

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