Definitions

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  • adj. intangible
  • n. intangible

Etymologies

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non- +‎ tangible

Examples

  • Over-inflated valuation of homes based on nontangible variables is what caused it.

    Why Not Blame Zillow and the Gurus for the Mortgage Meltdown?

  • The E.P.A. provides a fair amount of explanation on just what REC's are - essentially nontangible assets representing "the environmental, social, and other nonpower qualities of renewable electricity generation."

    NYT > Home Page

  • The dispute has raised serious questions about whether software programs, medical procedures, financial transactions and other nontangible inventions should be able to obtain patents like those granted to physical devices.

    Salon

  • Prepared for the University of Maryland Constitutional Law Workshop, this essay uses Proposition 8 to frame how nontangible or "atmospheric" harms are treated differently by Establishment Clause doctrine than by other areas of constitutional law.

    Legal Theory Blog

  • Now you just have to drop that nontangible “win in Iraq” montra and you’ll be well on your way.

    Think Progress » Murtha Plans To Deny Bush Funding For Troop Escalation

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