nonspeculative love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not speculative.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ speculative

Examples

  • If the Pentagon has strong, nonspeculative reasons to believe that genetic research could help military effectiveness, or if it wants to make use of genetics to help with medical care just like the rest of the medical world, then let it operate in exactly the same way that civilian scientists would, under accepted scientific protocols, including meaningful informed consent, Institutional Review Boards, and other accepted standards of human-subject research.

    Jay Stanley: Combat in Our Genes?

  • He has since stated that he "fully assumed the decision to massively buy back stock during this period in the interest of nonspeculative shareholders."

    Former Vivendi Chief Heads to Court

  • The new farmer can then repurchase the improvements from the nonprofit for the same nonspeculative price, which keeps costs affordable.

    A New Lease on Farmland

  • In order to make these improvements primarily housing affordable to the next buyer, community land trusts hold first option to repurchase them at a nonspeculative price.

    A New Lease on Farmland

  • One problem here is that the more details you add, the less likely it is for the market to remain liquid, ie, to have enough traders in it to generate useful information and to support trading for nonspeculative purposes like hedging.

    The Speculist: A Cure?

  • These are the riskiest of the three types of nonspeculative stocks.

    Jim Cramer's Mad Money

  • Nokia, as misnamed onMad Money nonspeculative stocks

    Jim Cramer's Mad Money

  • I just don't see it in any logical, nonspeculative way.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2004

  • In the period before February 21, 2003, it must be hoped that the inspectors will be able to provide a clear and nonspeculative picture of Iraq's programs for weapons of mass destruction and especially of nuclear activity.

    The Prospect of War

  • If a firm had excellent quality or the best in the market at a given time, probably most of its sales went to chain stores, for they usually bought on a nonspeculative basis.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

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