Definitions

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  • n. One who is not a terrorist.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ terrorist

Examples

  • They have qualms about U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East that plenty of nonterrorist Americans would share.

    Two Cheers For American Tolerance

  • Meanwhile, the nonterrorist-looking commuters are left waiting in the long immigration lines, impatiently nudging luggage across the tile floor, complaining about the heat and delays.

    One Of The Bad Guys?

  • (Another 195 were charged with nonterrorist offenses arising from terrorism investigations, leading to 183 convictions.)

    Liquidating Bombers

  • The seeming strategic reason is to contain a "rising China," a stable, nonterrorist nation that the Bush administration, in other forums, is trying to make a "responsible stakeholder" in the international system, including nuclear nonproliferation.

    A Grim Anniversary

  • Contrary to widespread assumptions, he finds that they are not to be distinguished from their nonterrorist peers by extremes of hatred for the West:

    The Rise of the Muslim Terrorists

  • His argument can be summarized as follows: Negri was the brains behind Italian terrorism, leader of both Workers 'Autonomy, a nonterrorist political organization, and the Red Brigades, a terrorist organization.

    'Apocalypse Soon': An Exchange

  • How about an Arab-American in a nonterrorist part?

    Impossible Places

  • They have qualms about U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East that plenty of nonterrorist

    Reason Magazine

  • There's the NSA warrantless eavesdropping program wherein the president breezily authorized spying on the phone calls of innocent citizens, in violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The FBI's TALON database shows the government has been spying on nonterrorist groups, including Quakers, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and Veterans for Peace.

    BlogWonks

  • Given that the WU managed to refrain from terrorism, did a strategy involving the use of nonterrorist violence help to end the war against Vietnam or lead to fundamental political and social change in the late '60s or early' 70s?

    In These Times

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