Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to revenue.

Etymologies

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non- +β€Ž revenue

Examples

  • I think they should go to their revenue-generating bases, which are basketball and football, and particularly if you hire the athletes in those sports, I think the other sports, which are tremendously expensive, they're called nonrevenue sports for a reason because they lose so much money, I think they would have to drop down much more to club status like at Emory.

    CNN Transcript Mar 15, 2003

  • That means some 88 percent of the top football programs lose money for their universities -- and that doesn't even include the reams of cash the schools are spending on the so-called nonrevenue sports.

    SI.com

  • IBM is trying to reduce what's known as nonrevenue water.

    Fast Company

  • Marchiony remains confident that Kansas Athletics will secure the $34 million it needs, up front, to build the Gridiron Club, the cornerstone of a larger program intended to also finance construction of a $25 million "Olympic Village" for track, soccer and other so-called nonrevenue sports, and to contribute $40 million toward KU's overall academic programs.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • At Ohio State, "nonrevenue" sports such as men's lacrosse and women's track don't have to worry about earning their funding.

    Inside College Sports' Biggest Money Machine

  • White Wolf trademarked and copyrighted material may be used in the presentation of standard nonprofit, nonrevenue generating HTML World Wide Web Pages, non-graphical MUSHes, MUDs, MOOs, IRC and all similar Chat environments as per the Requirements and Restrictions listed below.

    Wizards Fan Site Policy – What It’s Good For « Geek Related

  • Dave Lundy , Continental's 787 fleet captain, said the airline will initially fly domestic routes from its hubs in Houston and Newark to familiarize flight and ground staff with the plane, as well as between 50 and 100 hours of nonrevenue international flights.

    Dreamliner's Here: Now Learn to Fly It

  • Mr. Villaraigosa, who last month was unsuccessful in convincing the city council to approve an increase in electric rates, proposed shutting down nonrevenue generating city services, including parks and libraries, two days a week as a cost-saving measure.

    Los Angeles Mayor Looks to Cut City Services

  • The idea of a building devoted to a single nonrevenue-generating sport -- even one fully funded by alums -- was "not a slam dunk," says Andy Noel, Cornell's athletic director and a former wrestling coach himself.

    Ivy-League Cornell Takes On College Wrestling's Giants

  • But many staffers in some departments, particularly nonrevenue generating areas such as human resources, just decided to call it quits and pack up.

    AIG, Lehman Shock Hits World Markets

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