Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to property (owned land or real estate).
  • n. That which is not a property (trait).

Etymologies

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non- +‎ property

Examples

  • Hong Kong & China Gas Co., in which Henderson Land bought a 39.06% stake from its 67.9%-owned Henderson Investment Ltd. late last year, will also become a major nonproperty income source for Henderson Land, Mr. Lee said.

    Henderson Land Posts

  • Essentially, if it is in the contract, then it is allowed, and there is precious little in terms of nonproperty based rights that libertarians think a contract cannot cover.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Torture and The Re-alignment

  • It was a magnificent coup, and he dearly loved a coup; but the magnificent speech which he made, tearing to shreds the venerable farrago of nonsense about nonproperty in ideas which had formed the basis of all copyright legislation, made you forget even his spectacularity.

    My Mark Twain (from Literary Friends and Acquaintance)

  • Across the centuries America's politics have become more open to participation by nonproperty-holding males, people of color and women.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Grabbing it maybe politically off limits but economically it is smart since it will not impair growth by reducing the rewards of taking risks in bussness or working harder (like income tax increases, capital gains on nonproperty gains and corporation tax).

    Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk

  • In fact, more than 60 percent of Swannanoa's revenue will come from nonproperty-tax sources.

    CITIZEN-TIMES.com - News

  • At the same time, they were eager to climb on the Proposition 13 bandwagon and cut nonproperty taxes as well -- about $1 billion worth in the first two years after the initiative passed.

    Merced Sun-Star: front

  • It was a magnificent coup, and he dearly loved a coup; but the magnificent speech which he made, tearing to shreds the venerable farrago of nonsense about nonproperty in ideas which had formed the basis of all copyright legislation, made you forget even his spectacularity.”]

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • It was a magnificent coup, and he dearly loved a coup; but the magnificent speech which he made, tearing to shreds the venerable farrago of nonsense about nonproperty in ideas which had formed the basis of all copyright legislation, made you forget even his spectacularity. "]

    Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume III, Part 1: 1900-1907

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