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  • adjective Not security, or not directly related to security

Etymologies

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non- +‎ security

Examples

  • Over time, the budget history of past decades suggests that neither side could sustain the cuts each is proposing in so-called nonsecurity discretionary spending, which is just over a tenth of the federal budget but covers most government programs from air traffic control to national parks and cancer research.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Republicans are focusing on, the so-called nonsecurity discretionary spending.

    The Seattle Times

  • Foundation, a conservative research organization, has outlined a plan for $343 billion in reductions, including cuts from corporate tax breaks and entitlement programs that are not in the portion of the federal budget that House Republicans are focusing on, the so-called nonsecurity discretionary spending.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Foundation, a conservative research organization, has outlined a plan for $343 billion in reductions, though he includes cuts from corporate tax breaks and entitlement benefit programs that are not in the portion of the federal budget that House Republicans are focusing on, the so-called nonsecurity discretionary spending.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Republicans said they would impose hard caps on federal spending, as well as a hiring freeze on "nonsecurity" federal employees.

    House Leaders Unveil Agenda

  • It also says Republicans would impose a hiring freeze on "nonsecurity" federal employees.

    House Republicans Spell Out Their Own Plans

  • While Obama is expected to propose a three-year freeze on discretionary spending tonight that could affect "nonsecurity" departments such as Health and Human Services and Housing and Urban Development, Ellsworth touts a freeze on all nondefense-related discretionary spending in the 2011 federal budget proposal.

    courierpress.com Stories

  • "nonsecurity" spending that would not apply to spending on defense, foreign aid, intelligence, homeland security or veterans.

    ModerateVoters.org

  • Republicans could eliminate all nonsecurity, discretionary programs and still be left with a 2012 deficit of more than $600 billion, according to figures in Mr. Obama's budget.

    GOP Denounces Absence of Entitlements Overhaul

  • It couldn't be learned where the cuts will come on the nonsecurity side.

    Budget Plan Has Familiar Ring

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