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nonpreferential

Definitions

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  • adj. Not preferential.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ preferential

Examples

  • Nussbaum seizes on this to insist that the Establishment Clause prevents direct aid to religious organizations even on a "nonpreferential" basis because it degrades the equal standing of some citizens.

    Claremont.org

  • Terms of GM's $16.4 billion federal loan call for bondholders to swap two-thirds of their debt for equity and to accept nonpreferential treatment behind nonbondholder creditors.

    GM Bondholders Call Debt Swap Too Risky

  • The policy is demagoguery by omission; the president will make lovely speeches while allowing affirmative action to evaporate because he hasn't proposed an aggressive, nonpreferential "compensatory" program to replace it.

    Powell's Race Problem

  • Second, most of the supposedly nonpreferential programs listed by Taranto and Justice Kennedy are in fact themselves racial preferences.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » James Taranto on Affirmative Action and Public Opinion Polling:

  • Most of the supposedly nonpreferential programs listed by Taranto and Justice Kennedy are in fact themselves racial preferences.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » James Taranto on Affirmative Action and Public Opinion Polling:

  • If so, David argues, am I not committed to the view that nonpreferential aid to religion is permissible under the Establishment Clause?

    Balkinization

  • Travel time from Santa Monica to downtown Los Angeles on the Santa Monica Freeway’s Diamond Lane was cut from twenty minutes to fifteen minutes, and even in the nonpreferential lanes, average travel time decreased by one minute.

    Diffusion of Innovations

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