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  • adjective Not systematic

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Examples

  • This is called nonsystematic or diversifiable risk.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • This is called nonsystematic or diversifiable risk.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • The authors cite successful book and hardware stores with no rhyme or reason to the layout of merchandise, as well as inventors and scientists whose big breakthroughs came because of nonsystematic, improvisational experimenting.

    You Need to Get to Work!

  • A nonsystematic investigation of random suspects in a serial-murder case can be a dangerously hypnotic fascination that leads nowhere.

    The Riverman

  • A nonsystematic investigation of random suspects in a serial-murder case can be a dangerously hypnotic fascination that leads nowhere.

    The Riverman

  • A nonsystematic investigation of random suspects in a serial-murder case can be a dangerously hypnotic fascination that leads nowhere.

    The Riverman

  • One gets the best sense of this in his nonsystematic essays on culture and literature, many of which were delivered as talks on German radio — thus as political interventions in public debates.

    Adoring Adorno

  • Observers with more experience and above average visual acuity may use nonsystematic methods of search that work best for themselves such as --

    FM 44-48 Appendix B - Observation Techniques

  • Second, a nonsystematic flip through the exit polls suggests that one major story of this election is that it appears that the Baby Boomers may have succeeded in replicating themselves through their children.

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • In nonsystematic housekeeping, chores are tended to only when the resources of one of the household’s systems are exhausted: when there are no clean clothes or linens and there is school in the morning and stale beds tonight; when it is the dinner hour and the cabinet is bare; when dirt and disorder are beyond tolerating.

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