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  • adj. Not strategic; not related to strategy.


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  • One of the issues brought up during the session had to do with tactical nuclear weapons, also known as nonstrategic bombs for possible battlefield use that do not require long-distance delivery vehicles, such as missiles, as do strategic weapons.

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  • Or merely a kind of nonstrategic personal therapy, a massaging of self-righteousness?

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  • That negotiation does not apply to the U.S. nuclear weapons in Europe, which are categorized as "nonstrategic" because they are short-range bombs designed to be launched by fighter jets based in Europe - including by NATO members 'jets.

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  • In its nuclear policy review this spring, the Obama administration said it hopes to engage Russia in a comprehensive negotiation covering all nuclear weapons on each side, not just those long-range weapons covered by the newly completed START treaty, but also those strategic weapons held in reserve by both countries as well as the "nonstrategic," or shorter-range, weapons in Europe and Russia.

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  • Nolan said the company could pursue selling "nonstrategic" assets to help reduce debt, and that it would have to consider any good offers to buy strategic properties, which conceivably could result in General Growth selling one or two of its top 25 assets.


  • Management indicated that the rural market remains firm; moreover, in 2008, company officials said that land sales were restricted to "nonstrategic" assets.

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  • Results in the health-care segment reflect continued growth in targeted markets and expected declines in membership, premiums and fees due to exits from nonstrategic markets, including the Medicare Advantage individual private-fee-for-service business, Cigna said.

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  • Mr. Mulva, who also announced he will retire from his post some time next year, said potential new dispositions include nonstrategic assets in the North Sea and additional mature assets in the U.S. and Canada.

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  • "It's a fair price for a nonstrategic asset, and it lets them stick to their knitting, which is natural gas and natural gas liquids," he said.

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  • This caution was likely compounded by the knowledge that the Russians have quite publicly and deliberately lowered their nuclear threshold over the last fifteen years, have retained substantial nonstrategic nuclear forces, and have developed doctrine to employ such weapons in their near-abroad meaning the former soviet states or satellite nations.

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