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- adj. not political; not related to politics
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- adj. not political. Opposite of
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- adj. not political
It is easy for the City to remain nonpolitical because we do not have the social problems which generate party-political and ideological thought.
President Obama plans to urge the nation's students to "dream big" and "stay focused" on education Tuesday in a low-key speech in Philadelphia described as a nonpolitical event.
Obama, in a Tuesday afternoon speech, urged the nation's students to "dream big" and "stay focused" on education in an address that aides described as a nonpolitical event.
The address, described as a nonpolitical event, was shown on the White House Web site and on C-SPAN.
Still others who did not care for Mikhalkov's politics in any incarnation fondly recalled his nonpolitical poems and plays for children.
The day was officially described as nonpolitical and most of the prayer leaders did not speak of current political issues except for abortion, which they condemned.
"It's a plea to God to help our country," Donald E. Wildmon, the family association's founder and chairman emeritus, said of the rally, which he, like Mr. Perry, calls a nonpolitical appeal to God.
Who exactly is going to be on this so-called nonpolitical panel?
The foundation's sponsorship of the rally helps explain Beck's description of the event as "nonpolitical" and his decision not to include elected officials in the program; IRS regulations prohibit nonprofits from sponsoring political events.
On her social networking page, his wife listed her languages as English, Pashto, Urdu and French, her religion as Muslim and her political views as "nonpolitical," according to AP.