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  • adj. Not retaliatory.


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non- +‎ retaliatory


  • Through a broad range of disclosure and nondiscrimination and nonretaliatory and enforcement provisions, this proposed framework and this settlement not only resolves the department's competitive concerns but also does so in a quick and responsible manner.

    CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2001

  • "PriceRite denies the material allegations in plaintiffs 'complaint, and it expects to show at trial that plaintiffs Frasca and DeAngelo were terminated for legitimate, nonretaliatory reasons, including violations of company policies and dishonesty," Capozzola wrote.

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  • He included a five-year nonretaliatory clause into the agreement out of concern that fishermen who crossed Pacific would pay a price.

    The Seattle Times

  • A nonretaliatory way to disarm a saboteur’s inferential mudslinging and keep labels from sticking such as “incompetent,” “dragging your feet,” or “undermining this team” is to actively listen in a way that rewords the attack into less derogatory language and then ask for specifics.

    Survival of the Savvy


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