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  • adj. intangible
  • n. intangible


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non- +‎ tangible


  • 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.


  • 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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