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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to a strike (industrial action).

Etymologies

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non- +‎ strike

Examples

  • Aside from suspending play for the 72 hours following the Sept. 11 attacks, its only other nonstrike stoppages occurred the day following the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944 and the day after the death of President Warren Harding in August 1923.

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  • The Phillies allowed 529 runs this season, their fewest in a nonstrike season since 1918.

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  • A year after scoring 513 runs, the fewest in a nonstrike season since 1971, the Mariners are on pace for 533, the fourth lowest over that time.

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  • At 7-9, the Seahawks were the first team with a losing record to make the playoffs in a nonstrike year.

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  • No team in N.F.L. history has made the playoffs with a losing record in a nonstrike season.

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  • The lowest previous total for an A.L. starter in a nonstrike season was 18.

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  • "These orders are in reality mere declarations of the equities of each industrial dispute, as determined by a tripartite body in which industry, labor, and the public share equal responsibility; and the appeal of the Board is to the moral obligation of employers and workers to abide by the nonstrike, no-lock-out agreement and *** to carry out the directives of the tribunal created under that agreement by the

    The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation Annotations of Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of the United States to June 30, 1952

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