Definitions

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  • noun That which is not a system.
  • adjective Not of or pertaining to a system.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ system

Examples

  • This is further proof of the disfunctional Mickey Mouse legal 'nonsystem' - what a farce and the 'legal experts/judges etc' expect the public to respect them!

    timesofmalta.com

  • This is further proof of the disfunctional Mickey Mouse legal 'nonsystem' - what a farce and the 'legal experts/judges etc' expect the public to respect them!

    timesofmalta.com

  • This is further proof of the disfunctional Mickey Mouse legal 'nonsystem' - what a farce and the 'legal experts/judges etc' expect the public to respect them!

    timesofmalta.com

  • The obvious question is what plans do the government have to overhaul this joke 'system', triple the number of courts and judges, and get a fully independent (non Maltese) review of the whole corrupt 'nonsystem' - and sort out this disgraceful situation properly.

    timesofmalta.com

  • The obvious question is what plans do the government have to overhaul this joke 'system', triple the number of courts and judges, and get a fully independent (non Maltese) review of the whole corrupt 'nonsystem' - and sort out this disgraceful situation properly.

    timesofmalta.com

  • The obvious question is what plans do the government have to overhaul this joke 'system', triple the number of courts and judges, and get a fully independent (non Maltese) review of the whole corrupt 'nonsystem' - and sort out this disgraceful situation properly.

    timesofmalta.com

  • Those with a vested financial interest in maintaining our pricey health care 'nonsystem' in its current form use the age-old trick of instilling anger and fear of change.

    David Spiegel: Feeling Better? Emotions and Health Care Reform

  • Dr. Cory Carroll, a solo family practice provider from Ft. Collins, describes a U.S. "nonsystem" of health care that is "destroying primary care."

    Michele Swenson: Mad-As-Hell Doctors On Cross-Country Tour with a Mission

  • Ignoring that: every city that has successful rapid transit has multiple lines going pretty much all over. until you do that you have a partial transit nonsystem that only reaches 25% ofthe population.

    There is No Plan for that Corridor « PubliCola

  • In the report, Emmanuel Fahri of Harvard University, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas of the University of California, Berkeley, and Hélène Rey of the London Business School said that since the collapse of the Bretton Woods Agreement in 1971, international monetary relationships had been governed by a "nonsystem" that may have been "an aggravating factor—or even a trigger—of the financial imbalances at the root of the recent financial crisis."

    Economists' Group Backs Euro Bonds

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