nonpolitically love


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  • adv. In a nonpolitical way.


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  • The power of law enforcement to tarnish reputations, end people's liberty, and ruin lives, in other words, is so great that it has to be exercised judiciously and, above all, nonpolitically.

    The Daily Top Five: March 15, 2007

  • Had there been any kind of alert, Touhey says, he would have acted on his nonpolitically - correct gut instinct.

    CNN Transcript Jan 19, 2005

  • "I believed then, I believe today, that she could execute an affidavit which, under reasonable circumstances with fair-minded, nonpolitically-oriented people, would result in her being relieved of the burden to be put through the kind of testimony that, thanks to Linda Tripp's work with you and with the Jones lawyers, she would have been put through.

    Trial Memorandum Of President William Jefferson Clinton


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