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  • n. A nonprofessional.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ pro

Examples

  • And yet you assert that semi-pro-rate markets provide an "open door" to unpublished authors that pro-rate markets don't, that the pros maintain a two-tier system, that pros try to "pull the ladder up" on the non pros, that pro-markets return non-pro submissions immediately via email without reading it simply because they're submitted by a nonpro.

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  • The report charges that the government views nonpro? ts as "conduits for terrorist funding and a breeding ground for aggressive dissent."

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  • In some cases, the report declares, counterterrorism laws have caused nonpro? ts to pull out of programs.

    Did You Give at the Office?

  • It contends that federal agencies "ignore nonpro? ts 'calls for change," and says, "Congress has not utilized its oversight powers to review counterterrorism programs."

    Did You Give at the Office?

  • Rate It the government views nonpro fi ts as “conduits for terrorist funding and a breeding ground for aggressive dissent.

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  • They've gotten hold of a great subject — the experiences of a young Dominican baseball pitcher (nonpro Algenis Perez Soto, a real find) transplanted to Iowa, where he plays for a Kansas City farm team, hoping to make the majors.

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  • In some cases, the report declares, counterterrorism laws have caused nonpro fi ts to pull out of programs.

    William Fisher: Did You Give at the Office?

  • The report charges that the government views nonpro fi ts as "conduits for terrorist funding and a breeding ground for aggressive dissent."

    William Fisher: Did You Give at the Office?

  • It contends that federal agencies "ignore nonpro fi ts 'calls for change," and says, "Congress has not utilized its oversight powers to review counterterrorism programs."

    William Fisher: Did You Give at the Office?

  • The result, the report says, is that U.S. nonprofit organizations have been forced to "operate within a legal regime that harms charitable programs, undermines the independence of the nonpro fi t sector, and weakens civil society."

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