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  • adjective Not rich

Etymologies

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non- +‎ rich

Examples

  • Or the accompanying triumphal sneer that drives the related message, presumably heart-warming to the masses of the nonrich that all the education that wealth can buy won't enable rich killers to outwit an honest, working-class detective.

    Money, Class and Murder

  • "If you want to…get yield higher than zero, then you have to invest in the debt of nonrich countries," said Alexander Kozhemiakin , portfolio manager at Standish Mellon Asset Management Co., where he oversees $3.7 billion worth of investments.

    The Bond Trade Gets Tougher

  • I really wish someone would explain to the public - there are indeed plenty of nonrich, even poor, people who do pay Federal taxes.

    Matthew Yglesias » Boring Into the Obama Stimulus Plan

  • Or the accompanying triumphal sneer that drives the related message, presumably heart-warming to the masses of the nonrich that all the education that wealth can buy won't enable rich killers to outwit an honest, working-class detective.

    Money, Class and Murder

  • The many nonrich women who hire nannies do it so they can work, which is completely different.

    The Secret of 'The Help': Envy

  • Since President Obama's tax increase would hit filers who make only $200,000 a year, Mr. Buffett is lending his credibility to raise taxes on millions of the nonrich.

    The Buffett 391,000

  • To increase their tax rates now would be to reduce the base of capital, and in the process reduce company formation and the wages of the nonrich.

    Should Our Economy Be the Ant or the Grasshopper?

  • Frank wonders why the nonrich would oppose liberal politicians, who promise to make them less nonrich; Zernike is mystified by discontent among the well-off.

    Why the Left Needs Racism

  • The less happy story, at least for the nonrich, is where the gains of that growth went.

    Winner-Take-All Politics

  • The Left's Virtue of Selfishness Yesterday we noted the latest permutation of an old liberal argument: that because Republican economic policies benefit the rich at the expense of everyone else, something is "the matter" with nonrich people who vote Republican.

    Please Passover the Bread

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