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  • adj. Not private; public.


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non- +‎ private


  • The act of signing a petition is already an inherently nonprivate act.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Gay Rights Group Planning to Publicly Out Signers of Referendum Petition:

  • And as for the companies that the private equities own, 71% of the respondents said they thought the high levels of leverage in private-equity-owned companies would make them more likely to go bankrupt than nonprivate equity-owned companies.

    This year, many unhappy SuperReturns

  • So, I think its a bit ironic for a politician to say that for her own family choice and privacy matter, but that the government policies she would support would restrict that choice and make a woman's pregnancy a nonprivate matter for the government to judge her on.


  • Heck, even the nonprivate locations will be hard to find w/o the MMS site.

    Stamford CT « Climate Audit

  • In December it started posting nonprivate information comparing the performance of London's hospitals in an effort to pressure the underachievers. Top Stories

  • So let's assume there is some excess profit to be shared between the merchant who did all the work and the customers who "lent" their nonprivate information.


  • A policy change in the past few months means that every nonprivate sexual assault report must be copied to an admiral.

    Fore, right!


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