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  • adj. No varying with the seasons; constant, permanent.


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  • The federal government will make approximately 125,000 new hires for full-time, nonseasonal jobs during this fiscal year, according to new estimates.

    Estimate: Government to make 125,000 new hires

  • Not content with earning three Michelin stars for this temple of experimentation and a strong nonseasonal, molecular approach, he has opened a new restaurant in the heart of London, which, rather daringly, is inspired by historical English cuisine.

    A Daringly English Dinner

  • Light therapy has been used previously for people with significant seasonal affective disorder as well as nonseasonal depression.

    The Flex Diet

  • The price increases started with nonseasonal sales but will to spread to the seasonal business beginning with Easter.

    Sales Sweeten Hershey's Net

  • Noma boasts that it doesn't use olive oil, tomatoes or nonseasonal garlic, as all of its produce is from Denmark and the neighboring Nordic countries.

    Copenhagen's Noma Named World's Best Restaurant

  • The underlying rocks are shale and sandstone, and the nonseasonal rainfall varies from 400 mm to 650 mm annually.

    Lowland fynbos and renosterveld

  • Rainfall varies from 300 mm to 500 mm annually and falls predominantly in winter in the west, but grades into a nonseasonal pattern of distribution in the east.

    Lowland fynbos and renosterveld

  • If you want to buy me a present (nonseasonal, naturally), PLEASE buy me one of these here.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • Boxed chocolates, both seasonal and nonseasonal, account for 8 percent of Russell Stover's sales.

    The Rule of Three

  • The Nicaraguan banana industry interested many people in the new government, who thought banana production to be extremely important economically because it was one of the few crops exported after the revolution and was nonseasonal, unlike other crops.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies


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