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  • n. A person (especially one in an educational establishment) who is not a student.
  • adj. Not relating to students.


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  • Google's Li Kaifu points to a study by China Intelliconsulting showing that Google attracts better-educated searchers: About half of nonstudent Google users have college degrees compared with about a third of Baidu users.

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  • The magazine quoted Chief Jenkins calling SNCC the “violent, nonstudent committee,” a laugh line he would use over the next few years on the law-and-order luncheon circuit.

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  • And how often will the instrument — the only pipe organ in a major New York City concert hall — be used for nonstudent events in the future?

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  • But while concert presenters often showcase new or restored organs, capitalizing on media attention surrounding their installation, the Kuhn instrument will not be heard in any other nonstudent events this season.

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  • My favorite [precise heuristic test] defines the trustees as the set of all active, certified, nonstudent pilots who accept the responsibility of trusteeship, as of the termination date of [the current government].

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  • From the moment it opened to nonstudent users in fall 2006, English-speakers around the world began to stream on board.

    The Facebook Effect

  • As a healthy, unmarried, nonstudent in an ordinary labor job, Ray was ripe to be drafted.

    Raymond Carver

  • On a single day in the spring of 1962, Ray got his first acceptance letters from nonstudent magazines: from Targets in New Mexico for his poem “The Brass Ring” and from Western Humanities Review in Utah for “Pastoral.”

    Raymond Carver

  • While schools including Oak Lawn's Richards High have rejected nonstudent dates with internal screening in the past, Crete-Monee High School is now running its list of nonstudent dates by the local police department to check for drug - or gang-related convictions.

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  • • The state would require insurers to allow nonstudent dependents, who generally lose coverage at 19, to stay on their parents' policies until they are 30.

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